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IVY 1953 TRINITY COLLEGE HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT


WE DEDICATE TO ...

ARTHUR HOWARD HUGHES


To the students and faculty of a college, term "Administration," is generally evoca-

of epithets and horrible grimaces. When term is applied to Trinity's Dean, however, universally accompanied by kind words a mrile, for Arthur H. Hughes has made many friends and no enemies in his affiliation with Trinity College. He has ably as Acting President during two but has steadfastly refused to on the position permanently; he believes take him too far afield from academic

He does things without benefit of publicity. Perhaps this is because everything under his direction runs so smoothly . that there is never any need for publicity. The Dean is a tireless worker but can always take time out to listen to a student's problems.

To a man who is the personification of the classic scholar-administrator that trustees are always seeking, then, we respectfully dedicate this volume.


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"There's a fair and stately College built upon a rocky hill ...


Lifting high its roofs and turrets where the breezes have their will ...


Eastward looks it toward the dawning, welcoming the coming day ...

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Westward toward the hills of sunset ...


And the ages pass away."


BISHOP BROWNELL. • • in his farewell sermon to the college on December 16, 1831, gave some advice to the young men which is still valuable today. We have chosen as the theme for our divider pages, therefore, selected quotes from this speech, of the man who gives the campus his blessing . . ..

"And now unto God's gracious mercy and protection we commit you. The Lord bless you and keep you, The Lord make His face to shine upon you and be gracious unto you. The Lord lift His countenance upon you and give you peace, now· and evermore."

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FACULTY

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SENIORS

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ACTIVITIES

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SPORTS . . . page 154

SOCIAL [13)


ACULTY .. The members of the faculty possess my entire confidence and respect as well as my affectionate regard. ll


I ALBERT CHARLES JACOBS

Dr. and Mrs. Jacobs, with Travis, Sarah and Loretto in the bock row.

This year an able administrator and a distinguished scholar took over the President's office. Albert Charles Jacobs, former Chancellor of the University of Denver, was elected as Fourteenth President because of his "splendid academic record and glowing personality." Born in Birmingham, Michigan in 1900, Dr. Jacobs graduated from the University of Michigan after serving in World War I. Later as a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford he became the first American to receive a lecturing fellowship. While in England he earned his Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Civil Law, and Master of Arts degrees. Dr. Jacobs married Miss Loretta Field Beal in 1927; they now have two daughters and a son. After serving as a lecturer in law at Columbia, Dr. Jacobs was promoted to assistant, associate, and then full pro路 fessor. During World War II he served as Captain and was a director in the Bureau of Naval Personnel. Returning in '46 he was named assistant to the president for veterans affairs and soon after assistant to the president for general academic administration. Dr. Jacobs served as Provost of the University and assistant to General Eisenhower.

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DEAN ARTHUR H. HUGHES

Arthur Hughes has had a long and varied career during his long stay at Trinity. In 1943, when President Ogilby died, Dean Hughes was appointed by the Trustees to be acting president until a successor could be found. When Keith Funston took ov~r the presidency, Dean Hughes returned to his original post. Eight years later, when President Funston left Trinity, the Trustees again found it expedient to call upon Arthur Hughes to resume the temporary presidency. Now, with Dr. Jacobs at the head of the College, Arthur Hughes has again returned to the Deanship.

DEAN DEAN OF STUDENTS DEAN JOSEPH C. CLARKE

"Official Problem-Solver" is the title unofficially given Dean Joseph C. Clarke. Such difficulties as dropping courses, switching majors, and over-cutting are dealt with skillfully and sucessfully by "Joe" Clarke. Although the pressure of academic work forced him to resign as swimming coach, he has recently taken on another burden, the job of College Registrar. In this capacity Dean Clarke will be of further service to the students. In Dean Clarke we at Trinity possess an able administrator, a tireless worker, and a good friend.

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Robertson

Messer

Peelle

Bishop

ADMINISTRATION Meson

Wilcox

Vogel

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Walker

Rogers

Butler


Allen

Williams

McNulty

Cameron

ENGLISH

Morse

Hood

Dando

Nichols

Reid

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CLASSICS AND LANGUAGES

I Campo

Andrian

Naylor

Waterman

Holmdohl

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Leavitt

Merriman

Wright

Feldman

Frese


Towle

Tucker

Scheuch

Ba rber

Black Candelet

Downs

POLITICAL SCIENCE [ 21]


Constant

ENGINEERING - MATHEMATICS ---~,.___~........__. Graee

Kingsbury

Dorwart

Laestadius

Klimezalt

Stewart

Loeltwood

Williams, J.

Nilson

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Krieble

Smith

Burger

Mowery

Smellie

Harrington

BIOLOGY Troxell

GEOLOGY CHEMISTRY 路Carroll


PSYCHOLOGY PHILOSOPHY

Means

Costello

O'Grady

Souerwine

路RELIGION

Cassidy

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Kurtz

Go etch ius


FINE ARTS

Morris

EDUCATION, MUSIC [25)


First Row : Lt. C ol. Ayers , Lt. Col. Hallam , Maj. Folan. Second Row : Copt. Schmid t, Capt. Long , Ma j. Mand , Lt. Mailloux, Copt. Be nn ett,

AIR SCIENCE First Row : Sgts. G allagher , Young and Levi ne . Second Row: Sgts. Ma tte, Ma nn , Lad ny, and Halstead.


PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Costing

Jessee

Christ

Kurth

Oath

Booth

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uyou will soon go forth from this institution to seek your appropriate station in society...

ENIORS


C LASS HISTORY The Class of 1953 has lived through four eventful years at college. For Trinity, this quadrennium meant the building of a fabulous new library, the loss of one fine president and the acquisition of another, the inception of oneyear-deferred rushing, a slight increase in the enrollment and a larger increase in faculty members, and many other things; for the country, it meant the beginning of the Korean War and an end to Democratic party rule, among other things. Each of these events has had an effect upon every member of the class. Possibly the largest single force has been worked by the war. Most of the Seniors are neither in ROTC nor are they veterans, so they are grist for the local draft hoard's mill. To look hack for a moment, the Seniors have experienced many wonderful things during college days: there was the new feeling of

independence from home and regulation that seemed to permeate the rooms of Northam and Jarvis the first year . . . to some, this meant parties, while to others it meant many lonely nights; with the second year came the thrills of being rushed and initiated into the sacred and unknown brotherhoods on Vernon Street, and then the experience of communal living in the houses; the third year brought more serious thoughts of life after graduation which perhaps added a little more impetus to the urge to study; and this, the fourth year has brought a kind of relaxed tension ... relaxed in the sense that the Seniors know the school and are comfortable in it . . . tense because nearly all of the men with their portraits in the following section are wondering where they will find themselves siX months or a year after graduation.

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IRVING RAYMOND ADAMS Route #4, Box 108, Siesta Key Sarasota Florida Major: HISTORY Baseball, 1 ; Intra-mural Board, 2; Sophomore Hop Committee; Psi Upsilon, Vice-President, 4; Prepared aL Brooks School.

RICHARD LLOYD AIKEN 2411 Webb Avenue New York New York Major: PHILOSOPHY Football, 1, 2, 3; Squash, 1, 2; Tennis; Inter-Fraternity Council, 4; Campus Chest Committee, 3, Chairman; Varsity "T'' Club, 2, 3; Canterbury Club, 1, 2; Bishop's Men, 3; Glee Club, 1, 2; Alpha Delta Phi; Prepared at South Kent School.

HARRY A DERSON ASTLETT, II 342 East 59th Street New York New York Major: GENERAL SCIENCE Inter-Fraternity Co uncil, 3, 4; InterDorm Council, 1; Delta Psi; Prepared at Browning School.

THOMAS EMERSON ASHER 15 Platt Avenue Rhinebeck New York Major: LIBERAL ARTS Swimming, 1; Intra-mural Board, 2, 3; Alpha Chi Rho, Treasurer, 4; Prepared at Rhinebeck Central High School.

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DIRCK BARHYDT 7l Blake Road Hamden Connecticut Major: ECO OMICS Football, l; Lacro se, l; Canterbury Club, I, 2; WRTC, I ; Glee Club, I, 2; Delta P si; Prepared at Hatch. kiss, School.

THOMAS HARMON BARBER 18 Ridgewood Road Windsor Connecticut Major : MATHEMATICS Inter-Dorm Council, 2, 3; ROTC Ball Committee, 2; Republican Club, I; Protestant Fellowship, l; Sigma Nu; Prepared at Loomis Institute.

KENNETH CHARLES BARNETT 3I Norwood Road West Hartford Connecticut Major: ECONOMICS Spanish Club, 3, 4; Campus Chest Committee, 3; Tau Alpha; Prepared at Loomis Institute.

THEODORE ARNOLD BARNETT 3I Norwood Road West Hartford Connecticut Major: SPANISH Spanish Club, 3, 4; Campus Chest Committee, 3; Prepared at Loomis Institute.

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ROBERT ALLAN BARROWS 175 Rockland Street South Dartmouth Massachusetts Miljor: EGO OMICS Football, 1, 2; Baseball, 1; Junior Prom Committee; Campus Chest, 2, 3; Sigma Nu ; Prepared at Holderness School.

JOSEPH ICHOLAS BASILE 64 South Street Bristol Connecti cut Major : HISTORY Brownell Club ; Prepared at Bristol High School.

MARLAND LAMONTE BERDICK 41 LeRo y Avenue Buffalo ew York Major : HISTORY Football, l ; Track, 1; Canterbury Club, 1, 2 ; Atheneum Society, 1, 2; Jesters, 1, 2, 3 ; WRTC, 1, 2 ; Cheerlead ers, 1, 2, Capt11in, 3; Glee Club, 7, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Hop Committee; Phi Beta Kappa ; Pi Gamma Mu ; So phom ore Dinin g Club ; Alpha Chi Rh o, President, 4; Prepared at B ennett High School.

WILLIAM CHARLES BENDIG 26 Vernon Street Connecti cut Major: FINE ARTS Canterbury Club, 3, 4 ; Glee Club, 3, Mana ger, 4; Ivy, 4 ; Pre pared. at The Erie A cademy, Hartford

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WILLIAM OYES BER HARD 79 Minni ink Road Short Hill s New Jersey Major: PRE-MEDICAL Soccer, 1; Squash, 1, 2, 3; Tenni , 1, 2; Outing Club, 1; Delta P si ; Prepared at Kent School.

JOHN THEODORE BERSETH 1818 East 51 Street Brooklyn New York Major : E GLISH Democrati c Club, 3, 4; Protestant Fellowship, I, 2; Freshman Discussion Group; Atheneum Society, 2, 3; Ivy, 1, 2, 3, Editor-in-Chi ef, 4; Tripod, 1, 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief, 4; Medusa; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; Tau Alpha, Steward, 3; Prepared at Brooklyn Friends School.

PHILLIP WILLIAM BITTEL Co untry Club Road Avon Connecti cut Major: HISTORY Basketball, 4; Baseball, l ; Newman Club, I, 2, 3, 4; Brownell Club ; Prepared at LaSalle Military Academ y.

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JOH BL YMYER BIRD "Whitsend" R. D. I Chadds Ford Pennsylvania Major: HISTORY Soccer, 1; Track, I, 2, 3, 4; Varsity "T" Club, 2, 3, 4; Republi can Club, Publicity Manager, 2, 3, 4; Protestant Fellowship, l , 2; J esters, 3; Glee Club, 2; Aeronauti cal Club, 4; Rev iew, I; ROTC Ball Co mmittee, 4; Theta Xi, Secretary, 3; Prepared at Cranbrook School.


EDMU D BELL BLACKLER

BERNARD JOSEPH BOGOSLOFSKI

727 Farmington Avenue 'ÂŤ'e>t Hartford Connecticut Major: ECONOMICS Football, I, 4; Track, I, 2, 3; Spani h Club, 3; Glee Club, I; Tripod, 2; Campus Chest, 1; Alpha Chi Rho; Prepared at Mount Hermon School.

Hartford Avenue East Granby Co nn ecticut Major: ECO OMICS Football, I, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball, I ; Track, 4; ROT C Corps Co mmand er; Junior Prom Committee; Who's Who in Anterican Colleges and Universities; Prepared at Trinity-Pawling School.

RALPH HE DERSO

BOOTS, JR.

993 Park Avenue

ew York Major: FRE CH Soccer, l; J ester , 3, 4; Ca mpu s Chest Co mmitt ee; Prepared at Brooks School. ew York

WILLIAM BOYD BOWRI G H ewlett New York Major: HISTORY Lacrosse, 3; Inter-Dorm Council, I ; Delta P si ; Prepared at Brooks School.

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LA WHENCE THOMAS BRENNAN 419 Fort Lee Road Leonia New J ersey Major: MATHEMATICS Soccer, 1; Newman Club, 2, 3, 4; Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Pi Sigma; Alpha Chi Rho; Prepared at Leonia High School.

KURT HENRY BREN ER, JR. 140 Dryden Drive Meriden Connecticu t Major: ENGINEERING Baseball, 1; Golf, 3, 4; Freshman Discussion Group; Engineering Club, 3, 4; Sigma Pi Sigma; Alpha Chi Rho; Prepared at Meriden High School.

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ALVIN CURTIS BREWER

DONALD THOMAS BURNS

120 Bailey Road Rocky Hill Connecticut Major: PHILOSOPHY Brownell Club; Prepared at Cheshire Academy.

684 Ogden Avenue West Englewood New Jersey Major: PRE-MEDICAL Football, 1; Inter-Fraternity Council, 3; Canterbury CI ub, 1, 2; Republican Club, 2; Chemistry Club, 2; Theta Xi, Treasurer, 3, President, 4; Pre路 pared at Teaneck High School.


RICHARD BUTTERWORTH 281 Arch Street eedham Massachusetts Major: BIO-CHEMISTRY Swimming, 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Phi; Prepared at KeeM School.

FRANCIS JOSEPH CALLAN 125 Lebanon Street Hartford Connecticut Major: ENGINEERING ewman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Brownell Club; Prepared at St. Thomas Semi路 nary.

JOHN FREDERIC CAMPBELL 73 Meadowbrook Road West Hartford Connecticut Major: ECONOMICS Glee Club, 3; Tau Alpha, Vice-Presi路 dent, 4; Prepared at Wilbraham Aeademy.

JOH PIERCE CAMPBELL 40 ova Scotia Hill Road Watertown Connecticut Major: MUSIC, ECONOMICS Soccer, 2; Football, 1; WRTC, 1, Chief Engineer, 2, Technical Direc路 tor, 3, Chief Announcer, 4; Campus Chest Committee, 2; Prepared at Salisbury School.

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ROBERT STRATTON CHEROU ' Y West Way, Lawrence Farms South Chappaqua New York Major: GEOLOGY Soccer, 1; Squash, 1; ROTC Rifle Team, 1, 2; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Prepared at Scarsdale High School.

JAMES EDWARD CARROLL, JR. 250 Griswold Drive West Hartford Connecticut Major: ECO OMICS Soccer, 3 ; Basketball, 1; Base ball, 1 ; Spani sh Club, 3; Delta Kappa Epsilon, Treasurer, 4; Prepared at Loomis Institute.

BEVERLY CORY CHEW 1 East 66 Street ew York ew York Major: HISTORY Psi Upsilon; Prepared at St. Mark's School.

BRUNO ANTHONY CHISTOLINI 254 East Mountain Road Westfield Massachusetts Major: ECONOMICS Football, 1; Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity "T" Club, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club, 2, 3, 4; Prepared at Monson Academy.

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DONALD RAYMO D CLARK 9 Ridgewood Road Major: HISTORY Windsor Connecticut Football, 1; Track, 1 ; Sigma Nu ; Prepared at Loomis lnstitut路e.

GORDO HENRY CLEM 100 Rockland Road Auburn Massachusetts Major: ECO OMICS Soccer, 1; Track, Manager, 3, 4 ; Senate, Secretary, 4; Class SecretaryTreasurer, 1 ; Canterbur y Club, 1 ; Political Science Club, 1; Glee Club, 1, Secretary, 2, President, 3, Ass istant Director, 4; Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Carilloneurs, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Tripod, 1, 2 ; Campus Chest, 1; Phi Beta Kappa ; Pi Gamma Mu ; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; Delta Phi; Prepared at Auburn High School.

PETER BULKELEY CLIFFORD 104 Niles Street Hartford Connecti cut Major: GE ERAL SCIENCE Swimming, 2, 3; Track, 1, 2; Alpha Phi Omega, 1, 2 ; Ivy, 1; Prepared at Hartford High School.

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BARNUM LAWRE CE COLTO Ill Oxford Street Chevy Chase Maryland Major: PRE-MEDICAL Review, 2, 3, Editor, 4; Pre pared. at Lawrenceville School.

LeBARON CARLETON COLT, JR. 99 Pinckney Street Boston Massachusetts Major: GEOLOGY Basketball, Manager, 3; Senate, 4; Intra-mural Board, 2; ROTC Rifle Tea m, 2; Delta Phi; Prepared at Noble and Greenough School.

JAMES CRAVE

COULTER

99 Cedar Street Clinton Massachusetts Major: HISTORY Football, l; J.V. Basketball, 2; Swim路 ming, l, 2; Canterbury Club, l, 2, 3; Senior Ball Committee; ROTC Ball Committee, 4; Campus Chest, l, 2; Sigma Nu; Prepared at Holderness School.

RICHARD EBEN CRAWFORD Route 3 Wayzata Minnesota Major: ECONOMICS Alpha Delta Phi; Prepared at Blake School.

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EDGAR CROCKER Proctor Street Manchester Massachusett s Major: HISTORY Inter-Dorm Council, 3; Corin thian Yacht Club, 1, 2, Fleet Captain, 3, Vice-Commodore, 4; Sophomore Hop Committee; P si Upsilon; Prepared at Milton Academy.

DAVID JOSEPH DEAN

ROBERT EDWIN CROZIER 1013 Roosevelt Avenue Springfield Massachusetts . . Major: ENGLISH Jesters, 2; Fencing, 1; Campus Chest, 4; Lecture Committee, 4; Alpha Delta Phi, Secretary, 3 ;Prepared at Classical High School.

15 Spring Street Shrewsbury Massachusetts Major: EDUCATION Soccer, 1; Track Manager, 2, 3, 4; Protestant Fellowship, 3; Glee Club, I, 2; Sophomore Hop Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Campus Chest Committee, 2; Delta Phi, President, 4; Prepared at Kimball-Union Academy.

RALPH DAVIS 69 Pliny Street Hartford Connecticut M'a jor: EDUCATION Swimming, 1; Track, 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats Club, 3, 4; Jesters, 3; Class Vice-President, I; Brownell Club, Secretary, 3; Prepared at Hart路 ford P~tblic High School.

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UMBERTO DEL MASTRO 44 Enfield Street Har tford Connecticut Majo r : ECO OMICS Football, l, 2, 3, Captain, 4; Basketball, l, 2; Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Class President, 4; ewman Club, l, 2, 3, 4; Senior Ball Committee; Campus Chest Committee, 3; Brownell Club; Prepared at Weaver High School.

ROGER OWEN DOUGLAS 502 Park Avenue New York New York Major: LIBERAL ARTS Squash, 1, 2, 3; Tennis, l, 2, 3, 4; Senate, 4; Intra-mural Board, 4; Republican Club, 1, 2, 3, President, 4; Political Science Club, l, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4; Ivy, 2, Senior Editor 3, Associate Editor, 4; Campus Chest Committee, 3; Theta Xi; Pre路 pared at Barnard School.

SANFORD ABELL DWIGHT R.F.D. Route 81 Higganum Connecticut Major: ECONOMICS Tennis, l, 2; Canterbury Club, 1; Political Science Club, 2; Cheerleaders, 2, 3, 4; Band, l, 2; Tri,Pod, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Chi Rho; Prepared at Milton 11 igh School.

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RALPH CALVIN DUNHAM 53 High Street Springfield Massachusetts !lfajor: ECONOMICS Prepared at Commerce High School.


KENNETH LIONEL ERIKSON

Connecticut Mnjor: ECONOMICS Prepared at Flushing High Sclwol.

Etitford

FAULK ER

RAYMO D HARRY FITZ-RANDOLPH

3415 路36th Street, .W. Di stri ct of Columbia Washington Soccer, 1, 2, 3; Tennis, 1, 2, 3, 4; Review, Executive Editor, 4; Campus Chest Committee, 2, 3; Alpha Delta Phi; Prepared at Landon School.

1411 Camp Avenue Wanamassa New Jersey Major: ECO OMICS Jesters, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleaders, 3; Alpha Chi Rho; Prepared at Asbury Park High School.

WINTHROP WALDRON

RONALD lA

FORSTER

5116 路11th Avenue ew York Brookl yn i\liajor: PRE-MEDICAL Football, 1 ; Hillel Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; Chemil'try Club, 1, 2; Sophomore Hop Committee; Alpha Theta, President, 4. Prepared at Stuyvesant High School.

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GREGORY BRUCE FOX 58 Allendale Road Hartford Connecticut Major: ECONOMICS Track, l; Newman Club, l, 2, 3, 4; Atheneum Society, 2, 3, 4; Brownell Club, President, 4; Prepared at Hartford Public High School.

LEONARD ALBERT FRIEDRICH

RICHARD THOMAS GAGNE

351 Woodstock Avenue Putnam Connecticut Major: CHEMISTRY Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club, 4; Sigma Pi Sigma; Prepared at Putnam High School.

270 Park Road West Hartford Connecticut Major: ECONOMICS Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4; ewman Club, l, 2, 3, 4; Prepared at William Hall High School.

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ALLA

BRIAN GANCY

11 First Avenue West Haven Connecticut Major: CHEMISTRY Soccer, 1, 2, 3; Track, 2, 3, 4; Chemi stry Club, President, 4; Glee Club, 1; Choir, 1, 2; Sigma Pi Sigma; Freshman Discussion Group; Prepared at West Haven High ScJwol.


STEVEN JAY GODSI CK Box ~27, Hilton Village News Virginia : GENERAL SCIENCE 1; Corinthian Yacht Club, at Woodberry Forest

744 Grand Concourse ew York New York Major : GOVER MENT Inter-Fraternity Council, 4 ; Republican Club, l ; Hillel Society, l , 2, 3, 4 ; Political Science Club, 3, 4; Ivy, 4 ; Junior Prom Committee ; Alpha Theta; Prepared at Columbia Grammar School.

GLEN

WILLIAM GORALSKI 16 Climax H ei ghts Connecti cut Avon Major: HISTORY Football, l , 2, 3, Captain, 4 ; Basketball, l, 2, 3; Baseball, l , 2, 3; Newman Club, l , 2, 3, 4; Campus Chest Committee, 3, 4; W ho's Who in A m erican Colleges and Univ ersities ; Prepared at Trini.ty School.

APIER GORDON, JR.

520 So uth Narb erth Avenu e Merion P ennsylvania Major : FINE ARTS Lacro sse, 2; Delta Psi; Prepared at Episcopal Academy.

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KENNETH BROOKS HAMBLETT 3 Salem Street Hartford Connecticut Major: ECONOMICS Young Republi can Club, 3, 4; Protestant Fellowship, 1; Political Science Club, 3, 4; Cheerleaders, 2, 3; Theta Xi; Prepared at Bulkeley High School.

JOSEPH ANGELO GUARDO 198 South Street Connecticut Major: HISTORY Young Democrats 4; Newman Club, 2, 3, 4; Brownell Club; Prepared at Bulkeley High School.

Hartford

DWIGHT CO E HAMBLY Wapping Road Middletown Rhode Island Major: HISTORY Inter-Fraternity Council, 4; Canter路 bury Club, 1, 2; Theta Xi, President, 3; Prepared at Rogers High School.

ROBERT MAXWELL HANDY 153 Sterling Avenue Buffalo New York Major: ENG I EERING Football, 1; Young Democrats, 2, 3; Atheneum Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; WRTC, 2, 3 ; C.I.S.L., Engineering Club, 1, 2, 3, President, 4; Sigma Pi Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; Tau Alpha, Secretary, 3, President, 4; Prepared at Bennett High School.

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JOHN BABCOCK HANFORD 39 Longview Road Port Washington New York Major: ECONOMICS Lacrosse, I, 2, 3, 4; Republican Club, I 2 3 4; Political Science Club, 2' 3' ;. Junior Prom Committee; Thet~ Prepared at Friends Academy.

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ROBERT DUNHAM HAUGAN 485 Orchard Lane Winnetka

Illinois Major: ENGLISH Track, I, 2, 3; Tennis, I, 2; Inter路 Fraternity Council, 4; Young Republican Club, I, 2; Jesters, I, 2, 3; WRTC, I; Tripod, I; Aviation Club, 4; Campus Chest Commi'ttee, 3; Delta P si; Prepared at Lake Forest Academy.

CARL MEITZLER HELLER, JR. 114 Dover Road West Hartford Connecticut Major: GEOLOGY Football, I; Republican Club, 4; Political Science Club, 4; Tripod, 4; Senior Ball Committee; Committee for the Reconversion of the Williams Memorial Library ; Theta Xi, Advisory Vice-President, 3; Prepared at William Hall High School.

WILLIAM LAURE CE HAYWARD I 5 Alexander Avenue Madison New Jersey Major: ENGINEERING Tennis, I; Class Secretary-Treasurer, 2; Canterbury Club, I, 2, 3, 4; Band, I, 2; Glee Club, I, 2; Engineering Club, I , 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Hop Co mmittee; Senior Ball Committee; Ca mpus Chest Com mittee; Alpha Chi Rho, House Manager, 3; Prepared at Madison High School.

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HERBERT ERIC HOLMQUIST IOO Burnham Street Hartford Connecti cut Major: MATHEMATICS Varsity "T" Club, 2; Republican Club, 3, 4; Cheerleader, I, 2, Captain, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Ball Committee; Brownell Club; Prepa1'ed at Bloomfield High School.

FREDERICK REED HOISINGTON, III I5 Highland Avenue Montclair New J ersey Major: LIBERAL ARTS Football, 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Delta Psi ; Prepared at The Hill School. RICHARD KENNETH HOOPER 6 Hillcrest Avenue Montvale New Jersey Major : ECONOMICS Jesters, I, 2, 3, Secretary, 4; Freshman Discussion Group; Band, 2; Ivy, 2; Tripod, I, 2, 3, Managing Editor, 4; Alpha Chi Rho; Prepared at Park Ridge High School.

BURTON LENOX HOW, JR. 35 Clifton Avenue West Hartford Connecticut Major: ECONOMICS belta P si; Prepared at Kingswood School.

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KINGSTON LEE HOWARD 1277 Boulevard West Hartford Connecti cut Major: GOVER MENT Basketball, 1; Senate, 3 ; Inter-Fraternity Council, 3; Class SecretaryTreasurer, 2, 3; Republican Club, 2, 3; WRTC, Adverti sing Manager, 1, Business Manager, 2; Political Science Club, 2, 3; Cheerl eaders, 3 ; Band, I; Sophomore Hop Committee; Junior Prom Committee ; Ca mpu s Chest Committee ; Senior Ring Committee ; Who's W ho in American Colleges and Universities; Sophomore Dining Club ; Theta Xi, Pres ident, 3 ; Prepared at William Hall High School.

RI CHARD STA UNTO

HOWARD

East Second Street Coudersport P ennsylvania Major: PRE-MEDICAL Alpha Delta Phi ; Prepared at Kittannin g High School.

ROMILLY HELFE STEIN HUMPHRIES ELLERD MINER H ULBERT 165 Oakland Stree t Manchester Connecti cut Major: HISTORY Democrati c Club, 3, 4; Ath eneum Society, 2, 3, President 4; Spanish Club, 2; Junior Prom Committee ; Pi Gamma Mu; Tau Alpha, Pres ident, 4 ; Prepared at Manch ester High School.

147 Main Street Ando ve r Massachusetts Major : LIBERAL ARTS Soc<'er, I , 2, 3, 4; Squash, I ; InterFraternity Council, Secretary, 3; Class Vice-President, I ; Corinthian Ya cht Club, 2, 3, 4; Alph a Delta Phi, Secretary, 3; Prepared at Deerfield Academ y.

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RICHARD ESTABROOK HUNT l !J S,.quams Lane East Babylon New York Major: PRE-MEDICAL Swimmin g, 4; Inter-Fra ternity Council ; Senior Ball Co mmittee; InterFraternity Ball Com mittee; Delta Phi; Prepared at Babylon High School.

BE J AM I

BERNARD KURT HUPFER 52 Chamb erl ain Road Wethersfi eld Conn ecti cu t Major: E GINEERI G Camera Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Engineering Club, 3, 4; Brownell Club; Prepared at Wethersfield High Sclwol.

FRANKL!

JO ES, IV

203 Creek Drive Sewickl ey Pennsylva nia Major: ROMANCE LA GUAGES Tennis, 1, 2, Manager, 3, 4; Senate, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2; Sophomore Hop Comm ittee; Senior Ball Committee; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Prepared at Brooks School.

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RI CH ARD VanRENSSELAER HUTAFF McLain Street New York Mount Ki sco Major: LIBERAL ARTS P si Up ilon; School.


EUGE E RAYMO D KARASEK

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4001 South Western Boulevard Illinois Major: HISTORY Inter-Dorm Council, 1 ; Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club, 3, 4; Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4; Political Science Club, 1; Tripod, I, 2; Sophomore Hop Committee; Campus Chest, 1, 2, 3; Alpha Chi Rho; Prepared at Kelly Hish School.

ROBERT DA IELSO KEITH 168 Grove Street Putnam Connecticut Major: E GLISH Protestant Fellowship, 1, 2; WRTC, 3; Rifl e Club, 1; Tripod, 1; Alpha Chi Rho; Prepared at Putnam High School.

PATTERSON KELLER Trappe

Maryland Major: ENGLISH Intra-mural Board, 1; Class VicePresident, 2, 3; Jesters, 1, 2, Secre路 tary, 3, President, 4; Rev iew, 3, 4; Sophomore Hop Committee ; Junior Prom Committee; Medusa; Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni. versities; Sophomore Dining Club ; Alpha Delta Phi, President, 4; Prepared at St. Andrew's School,

HE RY WILLIAM KIPP Kittanning Pike Pittsburgh Pennsylvania M'ajor: HISTORY Soccer, 1; Track, 1, 2, 3; Republican Club, 4; Protestant Fellowship, 1, President, 2; Political Science Club, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2; Outing Club, 2, 3; Prepared at Shady Side Academy,

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ALAN ERWIN KURLA D 137 Mohawk Drive Connecticut West Hartford Major: ENGLISH Hillel Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; J ester , 2, 3, 4; Band, 1; Ivy, 2, Advertising and Business Manager, 3, Managing Editor, 4; Tripod, 2, Sports Editor, 3; Review, 4; Brownell Club; Prepared at William Hall High School.

WARREN ALBERT LANGE 100 Knollwood Road West Hartford Conn ec ti cut Ma jor: GOVER ME T Phi Beta Kappa; Brownell Club; Prepared at Flushing High School.

JOHN HYDE LARSON 110 Owen Avenue Lan sdowne P enn sylvania Major: ECO OMICS Soccer, 1 ; Lacrosse, 1, 2, 3, 4; InterDormitory Coun cil , 2; J esters, 3; Sophomore Hop Committee, 2; Junior Prom Co mmittee, 3; Ca mpus Chest, 3; So phomore Dining Club 2 3 4 路 Delta P si; Prepared at Th~ School.

Hill

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WILLIAM GEORGE LAUFFER, JR. 23 Wolco tt Street Hartford Co nnecti cut Major: GENERAL SCIENCE Football, 1, 2, 3; Baseball, 1, 2, 3, Cap tain, 4; Senate, 4; Varsity "T' Club, 2, 3, 4; ROTC Ball Committee, 4; Medusa; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; Sophomore Dining Club ; Sigma u, President, 4; Prepared at Leonia High School.


GILES PHILIP LECRE IER 268 Morningside Drive, East Bristol Connecticut Major: ENGLISH Football Manager, 1, 2, 3; Varsity "T" Club, 3; Protestant Fell ow ship, 1; Glee Club, 1, 2; Alpha Theta; Prepared at East Hartford. High School.

STANLEY PECK LEE 35 Shady Glen Co urt New Rochelle New York Major: MATHEMATICS Football, 1 ; Basketball, 2; Baseball, 1; Inter-Fraternity Council, 3; Inter路 Dormitory Council, 1; Jesters, 3; Ivy, 4; So phomore Hop Co mmittee, 2; Tau Alpha; Prepared at Trinity School.

WILLIAM JOSEPH LESCURE, Ill 120 State Street Harrisb ur g P ennsylvania Major: LIBERAL ARTS! Republican Club, 3, 4; Canterbury Club, l , 2, 3, 4; Politi cal Science Club, 3, 4; Ivy, 3, 4; Theta Xi; Prepared at St. Mark's School

ER EST PALMER LEWIS, JR. 30 Cleveland Avenue Hartford Connecticut Major: PRE-MEDICAL Brownell Club; Prepared at Windsor High School.

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ROBERT HUNTI GTON LOOMIS Burlington Connecticut Major: E GINEERING Engineering Club, 3, 4; Delta Phi; Prepared at Loomis Institute.

DAVID MARIO LONGOBUCCO 58 Berry Street Torrington Connecticut Major: HISTORY Prepared at Torrington High School.

EDWARD PAUL LORENSON 52 Morris Avenue Bristol Connecticut Major: MATHEMATICS Brownell Club; Prepared at Bristol High School.

LEA SHIPPEN LUQUER, JR. 34 Griggs Road Brookline Massachusetts Major: GEOLOGY Soccer, l; Canterbury Club, l; Glee Club, l , 2, 3, 4; Outing Club, l, 2; Yacht Club, l, 2, 3, 4; Delta Psi; Prepared at Darrow School.

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RICHARD TAYLOR LYFORD, JR. St. Asaph's Rectory Bala Cynwyd Penn ylvania M'ajor: HISTORY Baseball, 1 ; Inter-Fraternity Council, 3; Republican Club, l; Canterbury Club, l , 2; Delta Kappa Epsilon, House Manager, 3, President, 4; Prepared at Episcopal Academy.

PHILIP JOSEPH MALLON

DOUGLAS MAC ARTHUR 2I9 Roseville Avenue New Jersey Major: HISTORY Lacrosse, I, 2, 3, 4; Senate, 4; WRTC, 1; Glee Club, I; Campus Chest, 3; Delta Psi; Prepared. at Governor Dummer Academy. Newark

15 Roxbury Road Port Washington, L. I. New York Major: ECONOMICS Squash, I, 2, 4; Tennis, 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter-Dormitory Council, l; Intramural Board, 1; Varsity "T'' Club, 3, 4; Spanish Club, 3; Sophomore Hop Co mmittee, 2; Senior Ball Committee, 4; Campus Chest, 3; Sophomore Dining Club, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4; Sigma Nu; Prepared at Bayside High School.

THEODORE EDWIN MALEC South Street Windsor Locks Connecticut Major: ECONOMICS Prepared at Suffield Academy.

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KEN ETH WILLIAM MARRI ER, JR. Wooltop Farm East Pepperell Massachusetts Major: PHYSICS Outing Club, I, 2, 3, 4; Engineering Club, I, 2, 3, 4; Prepared at Brooks School.

ORISON SWETT MARDEN, III 31 Murray Hill Road ew York Scarsdale Major: HISTORY J.V. Basketball, 3, 4; Jesters, 2, 3, 4; WRTC, I, Music Director, 2, 3, Program Director, 4; Campus Chest, 3; Alpha Delta Phi; Prepared at Scars路 dale High School.

WALTER WILLIAM MARSDEN I632 Brunswick Avenue Trenton New Major: PSYCHOLOGY Swimming, 1; Inter-Dormitory cil, 3; Alpha Phi Omega, 2, President, 3; Corinthian Yacht I, 2, Secretary, 3; Prepared at enceville School.

Jersey CounViceClub, Lawr-

ALLYN AUBREY MARTIN 61 Earl e Street Hartford Connecticut Major: PRE-DENTAL Atheneum Society, 2, Treasurer, 3, 4; Brownell Club; Prepared at Hartford Public High School.

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BE JAMI

MARTIN

2114 Delancey Place Philadelphia Pennsylvania Major: HISTORY Soccer, 1; Delta Psi; Prepared at Hill School.

JAMES PAUL McALPINE 92 Monroe Street Connecticut Major: HISTORY Football, 1; Swimming, 2, 3; Golf, 2; Intra-mural Board, 2; Political Science Club, 2, 3; Tripod, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Theta Xi, Vice-President, 3; Prepared at Bulkeley High School. Hartford

EDWARD RI CHARD McCRACKEN 214 East Street Clinton Massachuse tts Major: HISTORY Canterbury Club, 1, 2, 3, Treasurer, Vice-President; Senior Ball Commit路 tee; Alpha Theta, Vice-President; Prepared at Clifton High School.

STANLEY RUSSELL McCANDLESS, JR. 110 Deepwood Drive Hamden Connecticut Major: FINE ARTS Soccer, 1; Swimming, 1; Track, 1; Inter-Dormitory Council, 1, 2, 3, 4; Delta Psi; Prepared at the Northwood School.

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DAVID KIEFFER McGARVEY 286 San Gabriel Drive Ro chester New York Major : HISTORY Soccer, 1 ; Inter-Dormitory Council, 3; WRTC, 2; Alpha. Delta Phi ; Prepared at Monroe High School.

JOHN KOLB MciVER ll08 Palmer T errace Florida Ja ckson ville Major : FI E ARTS Squash, 1; Freshman Executi ve Council ; Jesters, 2, 3, 4; Tripod, 3, 4; Sophomore Hop Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Alpha Delta Phi, Secretary; Prepared at St. Andrew's School.

RALPH EDWIN MERRILL Main t;ltreet Somers

Connec ti cut Major : HISTORY Senate; Canterbury Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Alpha Theta, Treasurer, 3, Steward, 4 ; Prepared at Rock v ille High School.

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JOHN JOSEPH MELLO 21 Bonner Street Connectirul Major: HISTORY Prepared at Hartford Public HiÂŤ' School Hartford


DUNCA CHAP!

MERRIMAN

37 Cooke Street Providence Rhode Island Major: HISTORY Corinthian Yacht Club, I, 2, 3, 4 ; Psi Upsilon, Secretary, 3, Vice-President, 4; Pre{lared at Brooks School.

THOMAS JOHNSON MI CHIE, V

RO ALD THOMAS

Lake Shore Drive Virginia Beach Virgini a Major: PHILOSOPHY Soccer, I ; Atheneum Society, 4; Glee Cluh, 1, 2, Secretary, 3, Vice-President, 4; Delta Psi; Prepared at Wood~ berry Forest School.

MIECZNIKOWSKI 53 Pardee Stree t Connecti cut Major: ED UCATION Prepared at Bristol High School. Bristol

GEORGE WILB UR MILLER 170 Ro od Avenu e Windsor Connecti cut Major : CHEMISTRY Chemistry Club, 4 ; Brownell Club; Prepared at W indsor High School.

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STANLEY POTTER MILLER, JR. 420 Demarest Avenue New J ersey Major: HISTORY Basketball, 1; Senate, 4; Inter-Fraternity Council, Secretary, 4; InterDormitory Council, 1; Class President, 3; Class Secretary-Treasurer, 4; Freshman Discussion Group; Iv y, 4; Tripod, 3, 4; Juniot Prom Committee, Chairman> Senior Ball Committee ; I. F.C. Ball Committee, 4; ROTC Ball Committee, 3, 4; Campus Chest, 3; Senior Ring Committee; Medusa, 4; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, 4; Sophomore DinClub, Secretary, 3, 4; Alpha Chi Rho; Prepared at Dwight Morrow High School. Oradell

WILLIAM STEPHEN MILLER

CHARLES SEDGWICK MINOT

EDWARD MITTLEMA

92 Wa shington Street Man chester Connecticut Major: E GI EERING WRTC, 1; Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Engineering Club, 1, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4; Brownell Club, Alumni Secretary, 3, Treasurer, 4; Prepared. at Manchester High School.

71 Sears Road Brookline Massachu setts Major: LIBERAL ARTS Squash, 1, 3, 4; Inter-Dormitory Council, 1; Corinthian Yacht Club, 3, 4; Outing Club, 2; P si Upsilon; Prepared at Brooks School,

70 Plaza Avenue Waterbury Connecticut Major: PRE-MEDICAL Swimming, 1, 4; Varsity "T" Club, 4; Intra-mural Board, 4; Hillel Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; Ivy, 4; Tripod, 2; Brownell Club; Prepared at Crosby High School.

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PAUL ALLEN MORTELL

ALAN AL COTT MOSES

R AYMOND MOSKOW

i7 Perry Street

220 West Main' Street Moorestown ew J ersey Major: MATHEMATICS Swimmin g, 1 ; Sigma Nu, Treasurer, 4; Prepared at Moorestown High School.

9 Exmoor Road Newton Centre Massachu setts Major: ECONOMICS Football, 1; Bask etball Manager, 2, 3; Baseball, 1 ; Intra-mural Board, 1, 4 ; Hill el Society, 1, 2, 3,4; Blood Donor Co mmittee; Juni or Prom Co mmittee; Ca mpu s Chest, 1, 2; Delta Kappa Epsilon, V ice-President, 4; Prepared at Browne and Nichols School.

Fairfield

Connecticut Major: HISTORY rcer, I; Basketball, I ; Baseball, I ; Inter-Dormitory Council, 4; Intramural Board, 4; WRTC, 3; Senior Ball Committee; Alpha Delta Phi ; Prepared at the Gunnery School.

PAU L TYSO

MOYER, JR.

33 East Ma in Street La nsdale P enn sylva ni a Major : P SYCHOLO GY Footb all, 1 ; Ca mpu s Chest, 3; Prepared at Brown Preparatory School.

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ALOE ORTH 60 West Hill Drive West Hartford Co nn ecticut Major: LIBERAL ARTS Soccer, 1; Golf, 2, 3, 4; Outing Club, 2; Prepared at H otchk•iss School.

JOHN WALTER

ELSON

11 7 An sonia Street Hartford Connecticut Major: E GLISH Track, I; Protestant Fellowship, 1, 2, 3; Alpha Phi Omega, 1, 2; Outing Club, 1, 2; Brownell Club; Prepared at Bulkeley High School.

WALTER RUDOLPH

OVAK

378 Pleasant Street orthampton Massachusetts Major: ECONOMI CS Football, 1; Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Bas· ketball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Prepared at Willis· ton Academy.

ROY

UTT

1796 Main Street Glastonbury Con necti cut Major: MATHEMATICS Brownell Club; Prepared at Glast011· bury High School.

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ROBERT CHARLES OSBORNE 189 Federal Street Greenfi eld Massachusett Major: ENGLISH Soccer, 1 ; WRTC, 1, 2, 3, Manager, 4; Tripod, 1, 2; ROT C Ball Co mmittee, 4; Junior Prom Co mmittee; So phomo re Dining Club ; Alpha Chi Rho ; Prepared at Deerfield Academy.

RAYMO D CLEO PARROTT

CHESTER GEORGE PADO 126 P ark Terrace Hartford Co nnecti cut Major: ECONOMICS Brownell Club; Prepared at Hartford Public Hi gh School.

84 Grove Street Peterborou gh ew Hampshire Major: ECO OMICS Swimmin g, 1, 2, 3, 4; Track, 1; Senate, President; Class President 2; Varsity "T" Club, 2, 3, 4; Jesters, Business Manager 1, 2, 3, 4; Political Science Club, President, 4; Freshman Disc ussion Group; Junior Class Marshall ; Sophomore Hop Committee; Senior Rin g Co mmittee; Medusa; W ho's W ho in American Colleges and Universities ; Sophomore Dining Club ; Alpha Delta Phi ; Prepared at Peterborough High School.

JOHN MADISON PARKER, III Biltmore Avenue Rye New York Major: ECONOMICS Golf, 1, 2, 3, 4; Republica n Club, 4; ROTC Ball, 3; Campus Chest, 3; Theta Xi; Prepared at Lake Forest Academy.

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FREDERICK WOODWORTH PATTISON Duffield Road, Beachwood Village Cleveland Ohio Major: FINE ARTS Swimming, Manager, 1; Republican Club, 2, 3; Canterbury Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Prepared at The University School.

FREDERICK AUGUSTUS PARSONS 30路15 Hobart Street Woodside New York Basketball, 1, 2; Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Senate; Varsity "T" Club; Senior Ball Committee; Pi Gamma Mu; Prepared at Trinity School.

ROY FREDERICK PERKINS Bragg Street Canaan

Connecticut Major: ECONOMICS Track, 1, 3; Aviation Club, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Prepared at How;a. tonic Valley Regional High School.

ROY ARTHUR PETERSON 241 Cedar Street ewington Connecticut Major: ECONOMICS Outing Club, 1, 2; Prepared at Newington High School.

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DO ALD HARRY PETIT 149 Broad Street Plainville Connecticut Major: GE ERAL SCIENCE Football, 1, 2, 3; Track, 1; Brownell Club; Prepared at Plainville High School.

CHARLES EDWARD PURDY, III

STEPHEN HAINES PLUM, III 323 Heywood Avenue New Jersey Major: HISTORY Football, 1; Tennis, 1, 2; Class President, 1; Jesters, 2; WRTC, l, 2, 3; Delta Psi; Prepared at New"rk Academy. Orange

4305 Country Club Road Minneapolis Minnesota Major: LIBERAL ARTS Track, 1, 2, 3, Captain, 4; Inter路 Dormitory Council President; Intramural Board, 2; Varsity "T" Club; Canterbury Club, 2; Alpha Delta Phi; Prepared at Southwest High School.

WILLIAM GRANVILLE POLLOCK 2961 North Park Boulevard Cleveland Heights Ohio Major: HISTORY Soccer, 1; Inter-Dormitory Council, 2; Intra-mural Board, 3; Alpha Delta Phi; Prepared at th e Asheville School.

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SAMUEL HAMILTON RAMSAY, JR. 5 Cedar Avenue Riverside Rhode Island Major: E GUSH Class Secretary-Trea urer, 3; Jesters, I, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4; WRTC, I, 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Sophomore Dining Club; Campu Chest, 2, 3; Alpha Delta Phi; Pre. pared at St. George's School.

ARTHUR WILLIAM RAYBOLD, JR. 450 Woodstock Avenue Stratford Connecticut Major: ENGLISH Inter-Fraternity Council, 3; Canterhury Club, I, 2, 3, 4; Band, 2, 3; Tripod, 1; I.F.C. Ball Committee, 3; Delta Phi; Prepared at Fairhaven High School.

JOSEPH HENRY RHODES, JR. 28 Mountain Road Farmington Connecticut Major: ECONOMICS Newman Club, 2, 3, 4; Prepared at Farmington High School.

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DONALD RUSSELL REYNOLDS 50 Parkview Drive Connecticut Wethersfield Major: LIBERAL ARTS Jesters, I, 2, 3; Alpha Delta Phi; Prepared at Wethers field High School.


RICHARD JOHN ROBACK

1; Baseball, l; Inter-DormCouncil, 1, 2; Canterbury Club, Campus Chest, 3 ; Theta Xi ; at South Kent School.

70 Madison Street Hartford Connecticut Major: CHEMISTRY Swimming, l, 2, 3, 4; Varsity "T" Club, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club, l, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Pi Sigma, Vice-President, 4; Brownell Club, Secretary, President, 4; Prepared at Hartford Public High School.

ANTHONY JOSEPH ROBUCCI 37 Thomas Street West Hartford Connecticut Major: ENGLISH Prepared at Weaver High School.

WILLIAM ALFRED ROMAINE 167 North Van Dien Avenue Ridgewood New Jersey Major: PSYCHOLOGY Football, l; Inter-Dormitory Council, l ; Alpha Phi Omega, l, 2, 3; Band, l, 2; Sophomore Hop Committee; ROTC Ball Committee, 2; Corinthian Yacht Club, 2, 3; Aviation Club, 3, 4; Alpha Chi Rho; Prepared at Ridgewood High School.

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ELLIOTT S. ROSOW 120 Palm Street Hartford Connecticut Major: ECONOMICS WRTC, 2, 3, 4; Jesters, 3; Review, 3, 4; Campus Chest, 3.

CLAUDE PETER ROTONDO l Dunham Avenue Bristol Connecticut Major: PHYSICS Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Pi Sigma; Brownell Club; Prepared at Bristol High School.

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ROBERT LANGDON ROWEN

RONALD HOFER ROWLAND

190 Alden Avenue New Haven Connecticut Major: HISTORY Inter-Dormitory Council, 3, 4; WRTC, 3; Glee Club, 1, 2; Alpha Chi Rho ; Prepared at the Gunnery School.

86 Lake Drive Mountain Lakes New Jersey Major : CHEMISTRY Soccer, 1; Track, 2; Jesters, 1, 2, 3, 4; Chemi stry Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Phi Omega, 1, 2; Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4; Carillonneurs, 1; Fencing, 1, 2; Prepared at Morristown PreparaUJry School.


ROGER LUC ST. PIERRE

FELIX LOUIS SAMBOGNA

I66 Whiting Street Plainville Connecticut Major: ECONOMICS Football, I, 2, 3, 4; Baseball, 1, 2; V1r ity "T" Club; Newman Club, 2, 3, 4; Prepared at Plainville High School.

45 Cottage Street Manchester Connecti cut Major: MATHEMATICS ewman Club, I, 2, 3, 4; Brownell Club ; Prepared at Manchester High School.

DAVID LIVINGSTO E SEEBER 213 Merriweather Road Grosse Pointe Farms Michigan Major: ECO OMICS Football, I ; Baseball, 1 ; Track, 2, 3, 4; Inter-Dormitory Council, 3; Inter路 mural Board, 3; Varsity "T" Club, 2, 3, 4; Canterbury Club, 1, 2; WRTC, 2, Business Manager 3, 4; Delta Psi; Prepared at Cranbrook School.

MILTON ROBERT SENCABAUGH 98 Curtis Street Somerville Massachusetts Major: HISTORY Intra-mural Board, 2, 3; Canterbury Club, 1, 2, 3; Glee Club, 1; Campus Chest Commi ttee, 3; Prepared, at Somerville High School.

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BEVERLEY RANDOLPH SHRIVER, JR. 6941 Claridge Place Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Major: ENGLISH Soccer, l; Baseball, 1; Golf, 3, 4; Spanish Club, 2, 3; Senior Ball Com路 mittee; Delta P si; Prepared. at Law路 renceville School.

JOHN JOSEPH SHIGO, III Box 294 Bloomsburg Pennsylvania Major: GEOLOGY Lacrosse, I, 2, 3, 4; Canterbury Club, 1 ; Sigma Nu, House Manager 3, Lieutenant Commander, 4; Prepared at Bloomsburg High School.

SHELDO

GERSHON SIDRANE

209 Campfield Avenue Hartford Connecticut Major: CHEMISTRY Intra-mural Board; Hillel Society, I, 2. 3; Brownell Club, Vice-President, 4 ; Prepared at Weaver High School.

EDWARD MORRISON SIMMONS, JR. 5I2 Main Street Rocky Hill Connecticut Major: ENGLISH Protestant Fellowship, 2, 3; Brownell Club; Prepared at Wethersfield High School.

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HOWARD JULES SLOA E I29 Mansfield Street Hartford Connecti cut Major: CHEMISTRY Hill el Society, I, 2; Sigma Pi Sigma, 2, 3, 4; Brownell Club, Vice-President, 4; Prepared at Weaver High School.

FORRESTER CLARK SMITH "Hill cote,. Far Hills New Jersey Major: HISTORY Squash, l; Canterbury Club, 1; Corinthian Yacht Club, 1, 4; Senior Ball Committee; Psi Upsilon; Prepared at Brooks School.

MANUEL JOSEPH SOARES 694 Flatbush Avenue West Hartford Connecticut Major: PRE-MEDICAL Track, I; Newman Club, l, 2, 3, 4; Tripod, 2; Brownell Club; Prepared at Hartford High School.

ROBERT RICH SMITH 49 Woodland Park Hartford Connecticut Major: ECONOMICS Spanish Club, 3, 4; Senior Ball Committee ; Tripod, I, 2, 3, Circulation Manager; Tau Alpha; Prepa.r ed at l~oomis School.

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EARL ELLIOTT SPROUL, JR. 665 South Greenbay Road Highland Park Illinois Major: ECONOMICS F oothall, 1; Swimming, 1, 2, 3, 4; Lacrosse 2; Varsity "T" Club; Glee Club, 2; Tripod, 1; Psi Upsilon Fraternity; Prepared at Lake Forest Academy.

JAMES DO ALD SPAGNOLI 23 Marshall Avenue Floral Park New York Major: ENGLISH ewman Club, 1, 2, Secretary and Treasurer, 3, 4; Ivy, 3, Sports Editor, 4; Tripod, 1, Sports Editor, 2; Brownell Club; Prepared at ]ames Madison High School.

QUENTIN ROBERT STARR 49 Wardwell Road West Hartford Connecticut Major: MATHEMATICS Brownell Club; Prepared at William Hall High School.

CARL HENRY STE BERG, JR. 55 Morris Street Hartford Connecti cut Major: ENGINEER!. G Protestant Fellowship, 1, 2; WRTC, 1, 2; Engineering Club, 3, 4; Tau Alpha; Prepared at Bulkeley High School.

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RICHARD RAMSDELL STEW ART 8 Pioneer Drive West Hartford Connecticut Major: HISTORY Football, l; Squash, 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf, 4; Tennis, 1, 2, 3; Freshman Executive Committee; P si Upsilon. Prepared at Milton Academy.

DA IEL KILMER SULLIVAN 132 Church Street Massachusetts Major: HISTORY Canterbury Club, 2, 3, 4; Carilloneurs 2, 3, 4; Prepared at Portland High School. Newton

DEWITT ELISHA TAYLOR, JR. Quarry Ledge Madison Connecticut Major: ENGLISH Swimming, 4; Young Republicans, 2, 3, Vice-President, 4; Political Sci路 ence Club, 2, 3, President, 4; Theta Xi, Vice-President, 4; Prepared at the Gwmery School.

WARD CICERO SWAIN, JR. 1931 Chestnut Street Philadelphia Pennsylvania Major: ECONOMICS Young Democrats, 4; Newman Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Brownell Club; Prepared at Brown School.

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ARTHUR HAROLD TILDESLEY Santander Apartments Asbury Park ew Jersey Major: EDUCATION Lacrosse, Manager, 3; Senate, 4 ; InterFraternity Council, President, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Ball Co mmittee; Ca mpus Chest Commit路 tee, 3; Medusa; Who's Who in American Collegeo~ and Universities; Psi U psi! on, Treasurer, 3, President, 4; Prepared at Asbury Park High School.

ARTH UR RICHARD Tl SZ 46 Foley Street Manchester Connecticut Major: E GI EERI G Engineering Club, 4; Brownell Club; Prepared at Manchester High School.

ELLIOTT HAYDEN VALE TINE 30 Woodrow Street West Hartford Con necticut Major: HISTORY Freshman Discussion Group; Glee Club, 1, 2, Vice-President, 3, President, 4; Choir, 1, 2, 3; Ivy, 1; Pi Gamma Mu; Alpha Chi Rho, Secretary, 3, Vice-President, 4; Prepared at Loomis Institute.

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WALTER DOUGLAS TOOLE 214 Hampton Road, Fox Chapel Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Major: HISTORY Swimming, I, 2, 3, Co-Captain, 4; Alpha Delta Phi; Prepared at Canterbury School.


HENRY VANDERBURGH 73 Ward Place Hartford Connecticut Major: MATHEMATICS Brownell Club; Pre,Pared. at Hartford Public High School.

FREDERICK GEORGE VOGEL 48 Conc:ord Street West Hartford Connecticut Major: LIBERAL ARTS Baseball, l, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Nu; Pre. pared at William Hall High School.

JOHN JOSEPH WALSH, JR. 102 High Street Thomaston Connecticut Major: MATHEMATICS ewman Club, I, 2, 3, 4; Brownell Club; Prepared at Thomaston High School.

ALLYN JARVIS WASHINGTO 218 Pro pect Street Bloomfield Connecticut Major: MATHEMATICS.PHYSICS Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Pi Sigma; Brownell Club; Prepared at Bloom路 field High School

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GERALD ARTHUR WHITMARSH 111 Maplewood Avenue Connecticut West Hartford Major: FRENCH, PSYCHOLOGY Basketball, Manager, 3; Brownell Club; Prepared at William Hall High School.

DAVID LIONEL WERNER

JACK WILLIAM WERNER

417 LaSalle Street New Britain Connecticut Major: PHYSICS Engineering Club, 3, 4; Brownell Club; Prepared at New Britain High School.

387 Jordan Lane Wethersfield Connecticut Major: PSYCHOLOGY Brownell Club; Prepared at William Hall High School.

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WILLIAM RAYMOND WHITELAW 612 Tilden Avenue New Jersey Major: HISTORY Senate, 4; Inter-Fraternity Council, 3, 4; Ivy, 4; Tripod, 2, Features Editor, 3; Review, Business Manager, 3, 4; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; Sophomore Discussion Group; Tau Alpha; Pre路 pred at Teaneck High School.

Teaneck


. CHARLES ROBERT WHITON Lake Street Setauket New York Major: ECONOMICS Prepared at Kent School.

WILLIAM EDMUND WILLS, JR. R.F.D. #1 Bridgeport Pennsylvania Major: ECONOMICS Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter-Fraternity Council, 4; Sophomore Dining Club; Sigma u; Prepared at Upper Merion High School.

PETER LAVERACK WINSLOW 64 Chestnut Street Boston Massachusetts Major: HISTORY Freshman Executive Council; Corinthian Yacht Club, 1, 2, Treasurer, 3, Commodore, 4; P si Upsilon, President, 4; Prepared at Brooks School.

JOSEPH BERTHOLD WOLLENBERGER 78 Hawthorne Street Brooklyn New York Major: POLITICAL SCIENCE Football, Manager, 1; Basketball, Manager, 1, 4; Senate, Treasurer, 4; Inter-Dormitory Council, Secretary, 3; Jesters, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Discussion Group; Committee on Student Organizations, 4; Radio Workshop, 3; Ivy, Sports Editor, 3; Tripod, Sports Editor, 2, Business Manager, 4; Sophomore Hop Committee; Campus Chest Committee, Commander, 3; Senior Ring Committee, Chairman; Pi Gamma Mu; Phi Beta Kappa; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; Brownell Club; Prepared at Erasmus Hall High School.

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STUART COW AN WOODRUFF 490 Main Street Wetherslield Connecticut Major: ENGLISH Review, I, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Hop Committee; Delta Phi; Prepared at Millbrook School.

KNUD VICTOR NORTH BISTRUP WOODFORD Deercliff Road Avon Connecticut Major: SPANISH Football, 1; Track, 2; Spanish Club, 3 ; Alpha Delta Phi ; Prepared at Loomis Institute.

CHARLES JOHN WRINN 223 Wethersfield Avenue Connecticut Hartford Major: HISTORY Basketball, 1, 2, 3, Captain, 4; Baseball, I, 2, 3, 4; Senate, 4; Newman Club, I, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; Prepared at Bulkeley High School.

HAROLD DILKS WYNKOOP 4713 Grissom Street Philadelphia Pennsylvania Major: HISTORY Football, I, 2, 3, 4; Track, I, 2, 3, 4; Inter-Dormitory Council, 3; Protestant Fellowship, 1; ROTC Ball Committee, 4; Sigma Nu; Prepared at Frankford High School.

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ALAN FOSTER YATES 1183 ew Britain Avenue Elmwood Connecticut Major: ENGINEERING Engineering Club, 2, 3, 4 ;Prepared at William Hall High School.

ALLAN NELSO YOU G, JR. R.F.D. #3 West Chester Pennsylvania Major: ECONOMICS Football, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club, 2; Alpha Chi Rho; Prepared at The Haverford School.

R. P. I. GERARD ANTHONY PAQUETTE 15 Pratt Street East Hartford Connecticut Major: ENGINEERING Prepared at East Hartford High School.

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II

JUNIORS

Carlough, Hirsch, and Logan; Class Officers.

As the leaves on the elm trees came into full bloom, so did the Juniors come more and more to the forefront as they took over the leadership of the campus from the seniors. The transition was slow, but around May a careful observer could see the rather haggard senior fading away only to be replaced with an eager, vigorous Junior. Such has been the case for many Springs past and many Springs to come. The Class of '54 became the first group to be employed in the new and highly successful " Junior Advisor" system, promoted to help the freshman in their difficult adjustment to college life. The J nniors who were carefully selected for the job of helping the frosh acquitted themselves very well, and were in a large measure responsible for the success of the program.

The Class of '54 still holds the coveted Lemon Squeezer Award, emblematic of the best class in college. They were given the trophy in the Spring of '52 by the graduating class of that year, and will, in turn, pass it on to the most deserving class just before 1954 enters the alumni roles.

Neimann and Christakos-back in Jarvis.

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Sophs enjoying their first fr a ternity party.

â&#x20AC;˘ SOPHOMO~ES

The Class of 1955 entered their sophomore year with one of the largest groups in Trinity's long history, 266. Only half of these were pledged to fraternities in the Fall, however, due to the fact that a good many did not make the necessary average. The Fall semester showed a distinct " buckling-down" in this group, and several sophs were pledged in the February rushing season. The class had to face another problem in the Fall besides rushing ; there was hardly enough dormitory space to accommodate everyone, so until things were straightened out, many men of '55 were living out of suitcases. With the building of a new dormitory scheduled for completion over this Summer, next year's sophs should experience little or no difficulty in obtaining room space. The armed forces did not particularly worry the class, for most of them were safely under the " wings" of the AFROTC. Unlike the Seniors, they were not avoiding the mail box for fear of finding a missive from Uncle Sam.

Hatfield, Craig and Johnson; Class Officers.

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â&#x20AC;˘FRESHMEN

The Class of 1956 came to the hill-top much heralded as being one of the greatest potential classes in the college's history. And they lived up to their advance hilling, too, for they made their mark in almost all facets of campus life. Perhaps this was due to the new JuniOl' Advisor system, which most of the frosh think was an excellent idea. The deportment of the class as a whole was much improved over that of past groups. In the Fall, the frosh blew off some steam with one of the earliest hottle nights on record, and then settled down to serious studying. Dean

Clarke had a comparatively easy time with the men of '56. The chronicles of an extremely active Executive Council will he found elsewhere in this hook. One of the most vigorous campaigns in recent years took place hefore the class elected its officers for the second semester, and once they got in, these officers pulled no punches in suggesting ways hy which the lot of a freshman might he improved. The school as a whole looks forward to the next three years so that they might watch 1956 grow and realize its full potentiality.

Ready for the charge.

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FRATERNITIES

"Be careful in choosing your companions, and m forming your friendships."


Lady of the Hall.

First Row: Macleo; Campbell; Thomas; Peterson. Second Row: Michie; Gordon; McCandless; Plum, Lorson; Seeber; Haugan; Schoyer ; MacArthur. Third Row: Booth; Dimling; Bowring; Luquer; Nixon; Reed; Foley; Bowen; Martin; Clary. Fourth Row: Bernhard; Ousler; Johnson; Higg inbotham; Read; Mylchreest ; Gordner; Hews on; Shriver ; Boyer.


The Epsilon Chapter of Delta P si became the first national fraternity on the old campus of Trinity College in 1850. Ever since that time, Saint Anthony Hall has remained among the most influential houses at the college. The fraternity has a unique set-up in that they live and eat in Ogilby Hall, built b y a friend of the College twelve years ago, and use their castle-like house exclusivel y for r elaxation, meetings, and social functions. St. A's hold down m an y important positions in campus, particularly in the Tripod and WRTC while brothers are also on the squash, swimming, track, and lacrosse t eam s.

Toasting the Hathaway man.

The boys and Gus.

"

.. when good fellows get together."

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First Row : Reynolds, MocKimmie, Howard , Crawford. Second Row : Pollock, Crozier, McGarvey, Parrott, Keller, Aiken, R. L.; Mciver, Faulkner, Purdy , Morden. Third Row : West, H umphries, Wood ford, Mar ell, Adams, Anthony , Kennedy, D.; Whitman , Von Thad en, Von Lon en, Toole, Murray. Fourth Row : Searles, MacKay, Morgan, Roberts, Bornewo ll, Aiken , W. M .; Ton si, Craig, J.; Reinemon. Fifth Row: Craig , P.; McCauley, Close, Lunt, Burroughs, Ramsay, Lapham , Pierucci, MacKenzie.

ALPHA DELTA PHI Street Scene.


Alpha Delta Phi, like Delta P si, is one of the oldest fraternities in the n a tion. It h as b een a pioneer fraternity on eleven campu ses, and was the first national to establish a ch a pter in the Middle West. H avin g followed a conser vative expansion policy, the n ational numbe rs twenty-seven ch apters on its roll s. The Trinity ch apter, this year distin gui sh ed itself by winning the " Gismo" Contest tro p h y and by placing in the I FC Stunt N i ght. Distinguished alumni like F . D. and T. R. R oosevelt, John D. Rockefeller, and H enry R. Luce alon g with Trinity men F unston and Professor 1\lc::\fulty hold up a shining example to wldergrads thinking of their post-college years.

In t erlopers.

A quiet evening, in the ce llar.

Rogue's Gallery.

The Boys.

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The Alpha Chi Ch apter of Delta Kappa Epsilon was founded h er e in 1879. The fra路 ternity was ori ginated at Yale in 1844 and has grown in size until toda y it includes fifty chapter s. In 1901, Alpha Chi moved to its pr~sent location at 98 Vernon Street. The Dekes this year distinguish ed them. selves b y taking first prize in the annual IFC 1 Stunt ight. They also m ade good showin gs in all of the other inter-fraternity competitions, and pled ged a good-size class in September and F ebruar y rush p eriods. Alpha Chi is continually trying to live up to th e DKE ideal of "prepar路 in g m en for usefuln ess to the community."

The Mayor.

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First Row : Smith, R. H . ; Jones, C arr oll, Lyfo rd, Mos kow, Cherouny, Eggert, Secor. Second Row : Backenstoe, Kran路 holm, Lahey, C onner, Brown, Esqui rol, Arca ri , To mpki ns. Third Row : Moylan, Bruce, Robinso n, LaPo in te, A us tin, C renson. Fourth Row : Isensee, Thoma s, R. ; Mars ha ll, Gel路 ma n, H awkins.


Deke Scene.

Wow!

Waiting for 路a cob7


G is mo.

First Row : Chew , Minot, Tildes ley, W inslow, Merriman, Smith, F. C .; Stewart, Sproul. Second Row: Word , H unter, Morphy, Farrar, So un ders, Woodward, Thomas, Adam s. Third Row : Tompkins , McCully, Stephens, Crocker, Cunninghom, Scott, Storms, Morriso n. Fourth Row: J epso n, Pearson, Hopkinson.

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ACJ is O.K.

The original Beta Beta Society, fow1ded in 1842 on the old Trinity campus (the present state capitol site ) , was incorporated into the national fraternity of Psi Upsilon in 1880. The original three ideals of Beta Beta- the furtherance of endeavor in scholastic, intellectual, and literary fields-are still cherished by the chapter. The fraternity has been located at its present site, 81 Vernon Street, ever since Trinity moved to the campus on the hill, and through the years has become firmly established as one of the twenty-nine chapters of Psi Upsilon in the United States and Canada.

Alumni return.


First Row: Ullman, Foley, Dluhy, Shay, Lindenmeyer, Stretch, Mehldou, Moss, Volentine, A.; Maitland. Second Row: Karasek, Dwight, Osborne, Hennigar, Volentine, E.; Berdick, Miller, S.; A sher, Smith, A.; Logon, Kimmick. Third Row: Antos, Fowler, Penfie ld, Winner, Sivasl ion, Fisher, Woronoff, Brenner, Honsel , Burbank, Dickinâ&#x20AC;˘son, Brennan. Fourth Row : Floyd , Hooper, Hayward, Tucker, Mozzarella, Adams, Avitabi le, Mitchell, Carey, Crosier, Young, Hodge. Fifth Row: Carlson, Farnham, Kent, Hines, Riley, Garner, Volpe, Allocco, Rowen, Keith.

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Huddles.

Chi Rho is the onl y n a tional f rae er to have been founded a t Trinity The Rev. Paul Zeigler and several formed in 1896 a society for the of academic and literar y endeavors. that time, Crow has expanded to en comDineteen active chapters all over the mother chapter has always b een near at Trinity, particularl y in the fi eld of The Crows took the Scholarship Cu p and are working hard to repeat. aim of Alpha Chi Rho is to secure of the highest standard, thorou ghl y in quality, and steadfast in its to the fraternity and to the coll ege.

Marl, Rip, and Don looking at . . . an Ash .

Bill and El, mugging.

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Th e lady and the football player.

First Row : Stuer. Jelliffe. Butterworth. Cosby. Reese. Wo lff. Second Row : H olmes, Show, Oberender, Bowen, C lork, Deon, Whoples, Joger, Clem, Fron che re. Third Row: Lo(lon, Romon, Ne lson, Rose , G olledge, H oag, Oxholm, La ub, Duff, Heidrich, Benne tt. Fourth Raw: Gardiner, Rowe, Ki lli p, Freytag , Dimon, H ollister, Mountford, Merriman, Johnston. Fifth Row: Ferraro, Mi ll er, Gleason, Kemper, W ildrich, Bemis, Black, Blogoslawski , H ill, Spies.

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Dis-Gussing Things.

Big Blast.

Founded in 1827 at Union College, Delta

Phi is the third oldest American college fraternity. Two years later, the I.K.A. Socie ty was Cormed at Washington (Trinity) College, but it wa not until 1917 that these two old fraternities were to merge to form th e Si gm a Chapter of Delta Phi, with h ead quarters a t 70 Vernon Street. This year, Delta Phi h as made grea t strides. They pledged the largest group of m en in ptember, and continued throu gh the year making outstanding showin gs in all inter-f r aternity events. The individual brothers. were also leaders in most campus activities.

Camera Shy.

Bigger Blast.

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Fi rst Row: Wynkoop , _Wills , Cresse, Moses, La uffer, Shigo, Barrow, Mease, Mallon . Second Row: Coulter, Magelaner, Lentz, Mayer, Thatcher, Carlson, Palmer, Chamberlain, C lark, Fyfe, Hill. Third Row : Carlough , Leonard , Gi ll ooly, Griffith, Kennedy, Anderson , Braskamp, Smith, Teece. Fou rth Row: Schenker, Clemmer, Scheinberg, O'Hara, Laird, Sinoway, Eberle, Law, Miller, Barber.

SIGMA NU In 1869, the fraternity of Sigma Nu was founded at Virginia Military Institute. In 1918, the fraternity established a chapter at Trinity, and has continued to expand until now it includes over one hundred chapters; this makes it the largest national on the campus. The Trinity chapter has been especially active in athletics this year, as it has been in past years. Many men from 78 Vernon Street have worn varsity letters, and many others have helped to make Sigma Nu an alwayspowerful adversary on the intramural field. The brothers are also represented in many campus organizations, and have maintained a good schol astic record.

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Stags .

The guillotine.

Hot-Lips.

Paul and Hill discussing History.

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THETA

XI Wave-ing Goodbye.

First Row : Sugihara. H atfield, H ollan d, Mi ller, S. H.; Ford , H odg es, Morrison, J.; Catir. Second Row : Bird, H irsch, N ahas, Taylor, Burns, Koeppel, Richards, Leonard, H owa rd, K. Th ird Row : Christakos, Parker, N eal, Hamblett, Kaelber, Raube, Do uglas, Lesc ur e, Vors, Ni emann, McAlpine . Fourth Row : Shetter, Thomas , G. M.; Trefts, Beriow, H eines, Butts, Ha eberle, Cardin es, An derson, P. Fifth Row : Bartlett, Ainsworth, H ambly, Snyder, Maack, H eller, Hanford, Bittner, Anderson, W.; Detzler, N yq uist.


Caught by the flashbulb! Nahas, Raube and pledge relaxing.

..Yes, we know, Norm."

Theta Xi is the newest national fraternity on the Trinity Campus. It is far from new on the national scene, however, having been founded at R.P.I. in 1864. Fifty chapters of Theta Xi are now scattered throughout the country. In 1946, a colony of Theta Xi was formed here, and in 1949 it was installed as the Alpha Chi chapter, and moved into its present house at 79 Vernon Street. Ever since that time,TX bas been moving steadily upward to take its place among the top houses on Fraternity Row. The brothers have been active in most organizations, and have also introduced high ideals into whatever they have been affiliated with.

An unruly mob.


First Row : Berseth, Stenberg, Whitelaw, Campbell, Hulbert, Schrieber, Handy, Barnett, K.; Smith R. R. Second Row: Pike, Shaw , Wainman, Talis, Faw ley, Peppe, Woodbury, Squires, DochL Third Row : Harmon, Carlson , P.; H odes, McGowan, Newman, P. ; Seufert, Windesheim, Brett. Fourth Row : O ' Brien, Root, Ogden.

Tete-a-tete.


Dancing in the Dark.

By the time the Ivy has been distributed, Tau will probably he affiliated with one of the national fraternities which they were conat press-time. Originally, the local was ••n•cu by alumni from ATK and Phi Gamma Delta •uplters at Trinity who were interested in bringing the Fiji name to the campus. After long conhowever, the brothers have decided to another national organization. Ever since its inception in 1948, TA has been on way up. The house at 94 Vernon is far improved what it was when the group first purchased it years ago. During its first two years of operation, Alpha was awarded the scholarship cup. , the brothers have been particularly active

Og singing an Xmas song. The Bar-room,

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ALPHA THETA "Heads will roll."

First Row : Schneeberg , Forster, McCracken, Lecrenier, Dobrovir. Second Row: God sick, Wood, Shea, G . R.; Ca ll ahan , Fi sher, Brot man . Third Row: Yood, Michelson , Kozlin, Merri ll , Von A ll men.

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Another dance scene.

Chaperone 1

Alpha Theta was born last year, out of a group called the Trinity Commons Club. The latter was form ed as a non-fra ternity organization in 1931, but last year the m embers ch arted a course that will eventually lead to affili a tion with some n ational fraternity. Alpha Theta moved into a n ew house at 118 Vernon Street last year, and has b een busy ever since with making improvements. With the en ergetic nucleus of men now in the house, the group hopes to continually push ahead in scholastic, extra-curricular, athletic, and social endeavors. Big Man!

"That's efficiency, young man."

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First Row : Callan; Fox; Toft; Piotrowski. Second Row : G uordo; Mittleman; W o llenberger; Pi zzello; Roback ; Sloane; Miller; Wa ls h; Nelson. Third Row: Davis; Tinz; Detotto; Holmquist; Rathbun; Do noh ue; Silverberg; Ze mbko; Bojor. Fourth Row : Whitmarsh; C on d ron; Mc Mah on; H upfer; Rudner; Ga lvi n; Oro; She chtman .

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"The new cellar is nice . . . and dark .. . isn't' it?"

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"Now look, Joe." An informal, unposed group.

In 1948, five sophomores who felt the need of a non-fraternal organization on the campus aet and formed the Brownell Club. Since then, the club has grown rapidly to large proportions. This year, over one hundred men can call themeelves Brownellians . . . this makes the club by far the largest extra-curricular organization on the campus. Numbered in this group are letter winners in almost every sport, several Phi Beta Kappa initiates, and leaders in almost every phase of life on the hill. Ever since its acquisition of the Campus Cottage, through the help of Dean Clarke, the club has steadily risen.

Stags in the bock row tryin g to horn in.

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"No man can be happy but from a consciousness of active endeavor in the cause of usefulness and of duty."

CTIVITIES


IVY

STAFF

First Row : Koeppe l. Shechtman , Business Manager; Berseth, Second Row: Loeb , Nea l, H odes, Mittlem an , G odsick.

IVY STAFF Editor-in-Chief .... . ... . . ........ ... ....... John T. Berseth Managing Editor . ................. . .. . ... Alan E. Kurland Business Manager ..... .......... . . . .. Morton L. Shechtman Associate Editor ........... . .......... .. . Roger 0. Douglas Senior Editor . .... . . .. .. . .. .. ... ........ Alfred J. Koeppel Frat ernit y Editor ... ... .. .. .. .. ... . . ..... Ronald W. Peppe Activ ities Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Robert Hodes Advertising Manager . ..................... . .... . Paul Neal Photography Editor ... .... . ........... ... . Gerald Heidrich Sports Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . James Spagnoli

LITERARY STAFF George Bergerman, William Loeb, Joseph Wollenberger, Edward Montgomery, William Smith, Stanley Lee.

ADVERTISING STAFF Paul Schenker, Edward Mittleman, Stephen Godsick, Edward Montgomery, Donald Anderson.

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Bruce MacDonald, Stanley Miller, William Bendig, William Whitelaw.


Parrott Wollenberger Clem Douglas Lauffer

SENATE The Senate is the leading student body organization. It is both the legislative branch of the student body and the executive branch, in that the president of the Senate serves in the capacity of president of the student body. Representation in the Senate is determined by social group breakdowns which achieves to date the best evokable constituency. Membership, determined by election, numbers thirteen, all of whom are Seniors. The Senate, guided by a constitution, handles most of the problems encountered by students and maintains relations with the administration in those concerning both. It has done an excellent job in bettering conditions of contact among students, faculty, and administration.

Jones

MacArthur

Wrinn

Merrill Whitelaw

Tildesley

Parsons

Miller

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DelMastro

Parrott

Berseth

MEDUSA

KeNer

The Medusa, founded in 1892, is the Senior Honorary Society at Trinity. To be tapped for the Medusa, is one of the greatest honors a Trinity undergraduate can attain. The tapping ceremony takes place in the Spring. All members of the Junior class gather around the statute of Bishop Brownell, and the outgoing members tap those Juniors who have especially distinguished themselves during their first three years at college. The Senate annually delegates to the Medusa the power to maintain college traditions and discipline.

Miller

Lauffer

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Tildesley


Junior Advisers Dean Joseph Clarke, last Spring, chose a group of sixteen members of the sophomore class to act as advisers, during this year, to the freshman class. Prior to this decision, the Dean h ad been searching for a plan b y which the freshman would b e brou ght into closer contact with upp erclassm en who might advise them on their academic or social problems of adjustment to life at Trinity. First Row : G ilooly, G odfrey, Anthony, C hristakos, H odges, Sâ&#x20AC;˘orles. Second Row : Wilson, Leigh, Va n Lanen, Murra y, C arlough , Butts .

Pi Gamma Mu Pi Gamma Mu, a n ational social science honor fraternity, was found ed i n 1924. The Trinity ch apter , Alph a of Connecticut, was chartered in 1936. Candidates for admission to the societ y must be Juniors or Seniors, and h ave at least 87 % in the soci al scien ces with diversification. Pi Gamma Mu hold s one election per year, at which time both Juniors and Seniors with the required averages are admitted to member ship .

Wollenberger, Valentine , Clem, Hu lbert.


Who's Who First Row : Bogoslofski, Kel ler, Per rott, Mi ll er, Lauffer. Second Row: Wh itel aw , C lem , Wrinn, Berseth, W ollenberge r, Del Me stre, G rub b.

Each year an anon ymous committee of students and facult y selects a group of m en , who, in th eir opinion , represent th e high est id eals of coU e ~e life. Thi s year fourteen m en we re picked for th e honor, on th e basis of scholasti c and athl eti c ability, extra-curricular acti viti es,

and chara cter . Their n am es and biographies will appear in the annual publiciation, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, which will b e published during the Summer.

Sigma Pi Sigma First Row : Wa shingto n, M orris on, Dr. Ki ngsbury . Second Row: Friedrich, Roth. b un, Sauvage, Dr. C onsta nt.

The Trinity College Chapter of Si gma Pi Sigm a was installed in 1949. Sigma Pi Sigm a i s the only n ation al Physics honorar y societ y, having b een founded at Davidson College, Davidson, N orth Carolina, in 1921. The objects of the societ y are to award distinction to students who show high achievem ent in Physics,

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to promote student interest in advanced studv m the subj ect, and to popularize Physics. R egular open and closed m eetings are held b y the Trinity chapter for movies and lectures with m an y social events included in the calendar.


Interfraternity

Council

First Row: G odsick, Til d esley, W hitelaw, Mille r, S. P. Second Row : Ha ugan , Ba ckenstoe.

The purpose of the I.F.C., which is composed of one undergraduate member of each fraternity, is to promote amicable relationships among fraternities at Trinity, and to promote the standards expressed m the Fraternity Criteria promulgated by the National Inter路

fraternity Conference. The IFC also sponsors the annual Gismo Contest, Stunt Night, the IFC Ball, and the Interfraternity Sing, all of which have gained much popularity and are playing an important part in the college program.

Freshman Executive

Council

First Row: Shel ly, Clarke, R.; Evans, Hickin, Turn e r. Second Row : Ritte r, D.; Tewksbury , Zimm e rman, Smith, Scott, D.

The primary reason for the success of the social activities planned for the Freshman by their executive Council this year was due to the supply of girls which Dean Clarke, the council's advisor, managed to muster from

nearby schools and colleges. Under the leadership of Mack Hickin, President; Jack Evans, Vice-President, and Don Shelly, Secretary-Treasurer, the Council managed to survive all the ordeals of the year.

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First Row: Thole n, M orey, Pike, Peerson , Campbell, J. P.; Sh~lly. Second Row : McCabe, Snow, A ntos, Dluhy, Pol show . Thord Row: Sauvage, G arner, Resow, W indeshe im , lves, Wollenberger. Fourth Row : Osborne, Manager; Sq uires, O'Hara, M ille r, lslamoff. Fifth Row : G oodhart M elam ed C um!ey, H osler, Montgomery. ' '

Seven years of "This is WRTC, the Radio Voice of Trinity College" . . . under conditions ranging from a five-pound "transmitter" to a collection of equipment which any small com· m ercia} station would b e happy to own .. . from a closet in Jarvis Dormitory to six spa· cious offices, studios, and workrooms . . . from a few albums of music to over fifteen thousand selections ... all this a result of the teamwork of radio enthusiasts for almost a decade.

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First Row : Dobrovir, Sports Editor; Wollenberger, Bus in ess Manager; Berseth, Ed itor-in-Ch ief; H ooper, Managing Editor; Linder, Kemper, Commercial Manager. Second Row: Peppe, Sind, Mi ller, S. P.; MacDonald, Shechtman. Third Row: H odes, Beren, Oxholm, Montgomery, Whitelaw.

At the beginning of the year, the new Tripod staff moved into an almost-completely renovated office, including new typewriters, work-tables and fluorescent lights. The year was particularly marked by the publication of four "extras," most of them put out during the Fall season when the editors were not yet snowed under in academics. The "Tripe" continued to

have troubles in obtaining manpower, but managed to publish a six-page issue almost every week, due to the fine cooperation of the Brothers Johnson and the entire Bond Press staff. At lon g last, mail subscribers b egan receiving their issues on time because of the n ew policy of mailing in manila envelopes.

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ATHENEUM

First Row: Card well , Hyde, Hulber t, Dr. Dando, Handy. Second Row: Heidrich, Block, Fox, Shechtmo n, Kel ley.

Under the leadership of Ellerd Hulbert, President, and John Dando, advisor, the Atheneum Society, founded in 1827 to encourage forensics among the student body, has enjoyed a highly successful season. Due to a higher budget allotment, several long trips were planned. One group went north in the Fall to debate in Vermont and Canada, while later in the year four debators made a southern swing. The remaining program 路o f the society included intra-club debates to give new members necessary experience, inter-collegiate debates with near-by rivals, participation in several debate tournaments, and panel discussions on pertinent topics. The college faculty also played a large role in the club's activities, for one or two profs were invited to judge every home debate. The debators thus gained the experience of a varied criticism.

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GLEE CLUB

This was one of the Glee Club's biggest years on the campus. There were so many men interested in participating in the singing group that two divisions were formed: a varsity group for upperclassmen and a J .V. for interested frosh. From the very beginning of the year, the club was on a strict rehearsal schedule, and those who refused to stay up to par were dropped: the result was a well-knit, professional group which hit its peak in a concert with Bryn Mawr at New York's Town Hall. The Trinity group on the same day sang over a New York T-V station to chalk up another first in the club's history.

First Row:

H.

Mo rri son;

H oa re;

Kent;

Fedden;

C le m ;

Bendig; Mr. C oulte r, Director ; E. Valentin e; Kimm ick; Ogden ; Will is ; Ma c Do nald ; H offman, Burdon . Second Row: Koyncr; Flemi ng ; G le ason ; Dl uh y; Libby; H . Bart lett; Bemis; Roman; G . Thoma s; H uther; Wareing ; Champen ois.

The group made its campus debut at a concert the Saturday afternoon of the Military Ball weekend, and was very well received by all. Another highlight of the season was the March 14th concert with Bryn Mawr in Hartford. Much credit should go to Director Larry Coulter and student officers Elliott Valentine and Gordon Clem for whipping the Glee Club hack into top shape.

Third Row: Stenson; Dimling; Morris; P. Luq uer; Samoylenko; Jackson; R. B. Price; Vigneault; A. Va le nt ine; Prenti ce; H e rskowitz; Hasso n; Marino ; Diefendorf. Missing from Picture: S. Luque r; Michie ; Berd ick; Di c kin so n; Duff; He nninge r; Ja rvis; Moyla n; P. New man; Ri cca rdo .


Carilloneurs Sull ivan; O 'Grady; Hibbs; Clem.

The Carilloneurs are probably the most hated organization on campus, although they are all well-liked personally. The reason for this paradox is that they ring the chapel bells which have blasted many a cursing undergraduate out of bed at eight o'clock in the morning. Besides playing before each service, the group also has arranged concerts at more respectable hours.

The Chapel Choir, under the direction of Professor Watters, sings at both the 11 A.M. and 5 P.M. Sunday Chapel Services. They have also enriched their program by singing together with choirs from other churches and colleges throughout the year. The group also has many fine soloists.

Chapel Choir I

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Newman Club

First Row: Tholen, G uordo, Gora lski, Sullivan, Stowe, Streeto, Smith , Toft. Second Row: McMahon , Zembko , Pizze ll o , Blogoslowski, Squires, Bissonette, Sombogno, Walsh . Third Row : C ondron, Fitzpatr ick, Cole, LaPorte , Foley, Daley, Vignea ult, Mong illo.

The Newman Club is an organization which fosters the religious and intellectual interests of the Roman Catholic students at the college. This year the club enjoyed a unique series of lectures and demonstrations by visiting priests to more fu11y explain to them the tenets and other aspects of the Catholic faith. The disciples of Cardinal ew路 man also participated in several dances with St. Josep h's Co11ege, two com路 munion breakfasts, and a retreat. Father Robert A. Callahan is the club's advisor.

Hillel Society

First Row: Dr. Feldman, M ittleman, mon . Dochs, Geetter. Second Row: Beren, Dobrovir, Loeb , Rose. Third We!ssberger , G oldberg, H erskowitz. Ginn s, Katzman, Finesilve r, N ewman,

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Kurland, Lewis, MeiselSilverberg, Scheinberg , Row: Slossberg, Rudy, Fourth Row: H od es, S.; Ne wman, P.

The Hillel Society of Trinity College was founded in 1947 for the purpose of providing cultural, religious, and social programs for Jewish students. In its cultural and religious programs, the society featured among its speakers: Dr. Kenneth Cameron, Professor of English, an Episcopalian minister, and a noted authority on the Bible; Chap路 lain Gerald O'Grady ; Rabbi William Cohen, Hillel's religious advisor; and Dr. Louis Feldman of the Classics Department. This year's Hillel officers were: Richard Lewis, president; Samuel Dachs, vice-president; Sanford Rose, secretary.


Canterbury Club Spurred by a new organizational program this year, the Canterbury Club is having one of its most successful seasons. A novel plan to join forces with the girls from Hartford Hospital who were interested in Canterbury activities was carried out. Meetings this season have included talks by outstanding religious leaders and also the showing of instructive films. The club is also proud of the returns from the Christmas card

First Row: H ibbs, Fedden, A rcher, Burr, Ch o rd , l impitlow. Second Row: Merrill, Brown, W. L.; Sulliva n, H enrie, So moylenko, H aeres, Wi lli s. Third Row: Dr. Downs, H ense l, Shea, Koyner, Co tir , Tulk, Ford .

sale.

Review This year the Review published two editions as of Ivy press-time. The Fall number was particularly praised by students and faculty as being one of the best issues the group has put out in recent years. The Review staff serves a unique function in that it is a judging, not a writing, body. The publication provides an outlet for any students who wish to submit their poems, essays, short stories or whatever.

Around the table: H atfiel d , Co lton, Ed itor-i n-Chief; Somoyle nko, Dcbrovir, Faulkner, Executive Ed itor; Keller.


Intramural Board First Row: Oxho lm, Do uglos , Clemmer , Woodward, Logon , Moskow, Whitlock. Second Row: Linder, Van Lanen , Anderson, Bergerman , Mittleman , Kozlin.

This year advised by Karl Kurth of the Athletic staff, the Intra-mural Board ran off in smooth succession the various seasonal sports in a schedule that gave everyone on campus who wanted to play a chance. The Crows dominated the Fall by copping both the football and volleyball titles, but ran into a hard fight for the Intra-mural Trophy as the race came down to the wire. The even matching in both leagues made for excellent competition.

The campus politicians were observed in many a musty, smoke-filled room throughout the year. They helped plan the highly successful "Political Formn," in the fall, and then hastened to make plans for the big event of the year; the meeting of the Connecticut Intercollegiate State Legisla路 ture in the early spring. The Trinity group put up several candidates for office and also introduced some new and controversial bills into both the Senate and the House.

Political Science Club First Row : Morrison, Silverberg, Taylor , Do ugl a s, Parrott, Shechtman. Second Row: Catir, Lescure, Ainsworth , Newman, S.; Brown, W.

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JESTERS â&#x20AC;˘

Led by President Pat Keller, the J esters began the season of 1952-53 with a well-received production of Sophocles' tragedy, Oedipus Rex. Presented during ovember, in Alumni Hall, the play ran to full houses on four evenings. Keller, in the title role was supported by Clay 'tephens and Sam Ramsay. John Dando introduced the play from off-stage. To fill in the interim between th e melodrama planned for Spring production and Oedipus, the Jesters scheduled two readings for presentation. The first, Murder in the Cathedral,

was given in the orth Chapel during January. The production was directed by K eller, with Wilson Pinney assuming the leading role of Thomas A. Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury. This year, the Jesters again have used Alumni Hall for their productions, seating the audience on three sides of the players. Since George E. ichols, III, assumed the direction of the group three years ago, the Jesters have progressed in acquiring a collection of spotlights, sound equipment, and scenery.

First Row: Kennedy, Hooper, Secretary-Treasurer; Ramsay , Keller, President; Mitchell, Kurland, Parrott, H odes. Second Row : Raube, Catir, Haeberle, Neal, Leonard, Shea, Wollen¡ berger, Marden. Third Row: Berdick, Morgan, Brown , W. L.; Rowland, Pinney, Tulk, Fa ulkner.


First Row: Godsick, Kipp, G uardo, Si lve rberg. Second Row : Brown, W. L.; Chard, W ebber, O ' Hara.

Young Democrats

The Young Democrats tried hard during the Fall campaign, but things did not come out as planned. The group, together with the independent Students for Stevenson, canvassed, telephoned, and bombarded voters and prospective voters with campaign literature. During the Winter, the group went into seclusion to hide its sorrow, but came back strongly in the Spring by taking an active part in the State Young Dems Convention. During the pre-election activities, the Trio radicals were led by Stanley Newman and advised by George Cooper.

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First Row: Douglas, Kipp, A nderson, W. P.; Ainsworth , Gillooly, Eastburn, Fenton. Second Row: Loeb, Nea l, Davis, D.; Holmquist, Whiting , Fowler, MacDonald, Hoare. Third Row: Bartlett, A nderson, P. [).; Haeberle, Lescure, Bird, Dakin , Meister.

Young Republicans

The Young Republican Club participated actively in the presidential campaign, both on campus and in Greater Hartford. The organization sponsored, in cooperation with the Young Democrats, a political forum between faculty and student advocates of the candidates, distributed campaign material on campus, planned the Trinity welcome for President Eisenhower in Hartford, and canvassed sections throughout the city. Enthusiastic with success, the club ia developing into one of the quadrangle's strongest organizations.


Chemistry

Club

The Trinity College Chemical Society, popularly known as the Chern Club, is a group organized to "afford an opportunity to those students and faculty of Trinity College who are interested in the chemical sciences to become better acquainted with this field." That is what the society's constitution reads, and that is what is followed in the activities of the members. Field trips, movies and lectures are the standard fare, and they combine to make a yearly program that is definitely not too "longhair."

First Row: Toggen berger, To ft, Sa uvage , Obe rend er. Second Row: Linde r, Von A ll man, Fox , Ritter.

Engineering Society

The Engineering Society is primarily concerned with exposing its members to the realities of the business world they will soon be entering. There have been frequent trips to local industrial plants, lectures by representatives of production, personnel relations, management, and labor, and an occasional movie of a semi-technical nature. To add a little fun to its educational program, the club held its annual banquet at which the award for the year's outstanding engineer was given.

First Row: Mi ll er, W.; H upfer, Morriso n, Sten b erg, Kram er, R. Second Row : Yates, H andy, Rathbun, Tinsz.


Pipes

Bendig; Moylan; M oss Green ; Hennigar; Herskowitz; Kimmick; Chamenois ; Director Coulte r kneeling.

Led b y Junior Don Kimmich., th e Pip es have enjo yed this year another fin e season as one of ew Englall(l's top collegiate octets. The singers paraded their r ep ertoire a t man y of the coll ege's formal dances, fraternity p arties, girl's colleges, alumni m eetin gs, Glee Club concerts, and public concerts they them selves arranged. Through th e yea rs, the Pipes have truly strengthened their position as one of Trinity's most vital traditions.

Although not much was h ea rd about their activities b y the campus in gen eral , th e Soph Dinin g Club did p erform a useful service this year. Organized in 1897 to act as oiTicial hosts for visitors to th e college, the club has b een ca rr ying out this charge quietly and modestl y for th e past fift y-six yea rs. ophomore Dinin g Club i , in th ese days som ew hat of a misnomer, since all upperclassm en ma y hold m embership a nu th e gr o up never dines together.

Sophomore

Dining Club First Row : Logon, Berdick, Christakos, H enn igar, Searles, He yward, Ma c Key, Mutsch ler , Johnston. Second Row: Hirsch, Plu m, Palmer, Smith, A. L. ; Osborne, Von Lon en, Mellon. Th i rd Row : Car loug h, Lorson, Karasek, Mil ler, La uffer, Parrott.

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Corinthian Yacht Club

First Row : Fowler, E.; Smith , F. C.; Crocker, Winslow, H unter , Minot, Shechtman . Second Row : Tompkins, Britto n, Morphy, Ad ams, Freytag, Wright, Koeppel.

During the past year, the Trinity C.Y.C. has been entered in man y regattas throughout the New England area . Supported by a large group of students interested in boatin~, man y of whom own their own craft, the club h as always enjoyed a high standin g on campus. Throughout t he Fall and the Spring, the boys we re out on the water a lmost every weekend, while during the Winter they avidly prepared for the season.

Rifle Team Coached for the first year b y Sa r gent Levine and Student Assistants, the team fired a total of 17 matches against New England College Rifle League competition. ine of th em were against the following schools: University of Rhode Island, U. S. Coast Guard Academy, Yale University, University of Connecticut, Boston College, Boston Universit y, Brown Uni versity, Providence Coll ege, and Harvard Universit y. The season was rounded out with eight match es which were postal s with University of orth Carolina, Evanville College, Ohio Wesleyan Universi ty, Georgetown U niversity, University of Connecticut, Washington State College, and Lawrence College.

First Row: Taylor, D. M. ; C larke, T. C.; Smith, L. C. Second Row: McGrew, Von Peterslige, Winde shei m.

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First Row : Wormer , Logon , Mea se, W ills, Bog oslofs ki , St. Pi er re , De l Ma stro, Captain; Wynkoop , Bi nda, Corey , M oylan, Johnst on . Second Row : Coa ches Jessee and S'o ug hte r , C larke, M ogleoner, Arcori , Pa lmer, Carlson, Sm ith, A. L.; Lin denmoyer, Lentz, Isensee , Cro sie r , Coaches Kurth and Christ. Th ird Row : Bradford, Sug ihara , Le on ard, Smith , R. ; Moyer, Tha tcher, Anderson , Benton , Crenson, Hi ll, Yo ung , Thomas .

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The Season Th e 1952 Trinity football squad was one of the smalles t in numbers but one of th e largest in h eart and spirit. The brunt of the ball-carrying was don e b y Captain Hum Del Mastro, Gen e Binda and Mike Thomas, with Tom Hill and Hal Wynkoop doing their share. Jim Logan, in his first year of r egular va rsity pla y-callin g, continued to improve as the season progressed. Offen si vel y, h e team ed up with Al Smith and B ernie Bogoslofski to complete man y passes th a t had the opposition baffled. The line boasted of three sixty-minute men ; Bill Wills at center, Roger St. Pierre at right guard, and Frank Lentz at right tackl e. Crenson , Arcari, Mease, Palmer and B enton were the other stalwarts who made Trinity's line, both offensivel y and defensivel y, one of the most impregnable in th e east. Don Johnston in the defensive tailback slot also came in for his share of the glory. At the beginning of the season, Coaches Jessee, Christ, and Kurth wer e pessimistic about many games, for they knew that they did not have many m en to work with. In all of the games, however, the iron men showed their true m e ttle by going all-out every minute they were on the field. Luckil y, the team had no really-serious injuries, so they wer e able to enter every game at almost-top strength. The "jinx" loss to Colby and the heartbreaker at Wesleyan cannot take away any glory from the team that did so much.

Hum pushes his way through.

Binda {28) and St. Pierre {65) watch DelMastro go aver the line for a TD.


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Ga~nes Won Johnston on his way to scoring the only touchdown in the Amherst game.

The first win of the season came over Dickinson at Carlyle, 21-0. Thomas scored two, Hum one, while Bogoslofski sparked the lineplay. At the first home game of the season, the team walloped Hobart, 34-0, with DelMastro and Wynkoop each hitting paydirt twice. The opposition finally scored and the Tufts game ended in a 20-12 victory, while the sportswriters were beginning to talk about Trinity's miracle team. Coming on the field at half-time two touchdowns behind, the J esseemen brought the home stands to life with sparkling play. Logan threw two touchdown passes, while Binda ran the other TD home.

At Middlebury it was Tom Hill's turn to run wild, as he scored three times to help vanquish the Vermonters, 41-14. Mike Thoma~ also scored twice. Coast Guard was supposed to he unbeatable when they hit Trinity field, but after having their star runners knocked flat by the plugging Trinity line, they left the field a surprised and disillusioned outfit. DelMastro and Thomas shared scoring honors in the 20路0 romp. Homecoming Game was against Amherst, and it proved to he a thriller. After three periods of no scoring, Don Johnston returned a Jeff punt 86 yards for the only tally of the game.

Another Lentz kick cleaves the uprights.


Don and the boys after a tough one.

The long trip to Colby seems to be a jinx on the Trinity team. This year, as in 1950, they lost a game to the home team by a six poinl margin. It was the fourth game of the season, and although it was a disappointment to the fans back at their radios in Hartford, neither the team nor the fans gave up and both groups were elated by the crush of Middlebury, 40-14, the next week. The big game of the year, naturally, was against W es. This year the classic was held at Middletown, on a dark, rainy day. The first half was completely scoreless, and the Cards were first to score early in the third period, with a seven-pointer. Trinity came back fast, with Logan passing to set up the TD which Mike Thomas scored. The bantam conversion attempt failed, however, and the game ended in a 7-6 "victory" for the team from Middletown.

Bring him down, hard!

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We hit them hard.

Captain Umberto "Hum" Del Mastro and Dan Jessee.

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Freshman Football First Row: Powe ll, Cardwe ll, St. Jea n, Persky, Davis, Lawrence , We iss berger. Second Row : Renkert, Woodward , Davis, Ch urchill, Moyer , Campbell, Doering , Sticka , A lexan der, C lark. Third Row : Coach McGi ll, Woad , Ringla nd , Pauley, W illia ms, Foley, Abe l, Cole, Evans, Briggomen, Sho w, Ne wh a ll.

Fred Booth had one of the b est aggregations in Trinity frosh history, ending the season with an unbeaten record. The star of the team in every contest was the big fullback from Natick, Mass., Charlie Sticka, who accounted for ten of the fifteen touchdowns the Boothmen scored. Th e top game of the Fall was against unbeaten Amherst, which ended in a 14-0 win. Along with Sticka, Dan Jessee can look to Bob Alexander, Fred St. Jean, and Bill Abel as excellent varsity material for next year.

The freshman soccer team started out in top form by beating M.I.T. 4 to 2. From the first day of practice, Coach Rienhart was able to work with a large, enthusiastic squad. Unfortunatly th e team was hampered by early injury to some of its most valuable players, and didn't win many games. Jim Tewskbury starred in every game played, until he left the squad. Other excellent contributors to the team were: Bob Waring, Barry Hatch, Phil Stiles, Jolm Gill, and Dick Stanson. I'm sure that the team would also like to thank Phil Ritter and Russ Johnson for their excellent work as managers. First Row : Tholen , Phipps, Sayer, Schader, MacDona ld , Sivitz, Stone , Stenson. Second Row: Ca llen, Price, Turner, G ill, W areing, Gro ves, Abrams , H uther. Third Row: Johnson, Ha tch, Thomas, Stelly , Stiles, Fletcher, Tewksbury, Coa ch Reinhart, Ritter.

Freshman Soccer


First Row : Lapham, Pike, Mo c Kimmie , Chang , Pierucci, And erson , W .; Royston. Second Row : H umphries, Close , Lunt, Heines, O 'Conne ll, Baath , Bittner, lsselhordt. Third Row: Trainer Fletcher, Doth , Coe , Backen stoe, MacKenzie , M utschler, Carlough , Ca rlson, Anderson, J.; Marshall , Smith.

Goalie Ball.

The sensational Trinity Soccer team ended the season with five wins, one loss and two ties. At one point in the season, the hooters had won five and had not been scored upon, but in the next week they had to face their three toughest opponents, Amherst, Wesleyan,

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and Yale, losin g only to the latte r. The team romped over Worcester Tech, M. I. T., Tufts, Massachusetts and Clark. Pete Carlough, Neil Mutschler, and Geoq?:e Lunt were all stand-outs on the offense, th e latter two being chosen on the All -New England "dream" soccer team. Goalie Smith held the opposition down to an amazing five 1/:oals iu

Lunt is after it.

Smitty's got it.

Down, but far from out of it.

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games, a record that will be hard to improve upon. Coach Roy Dath will have his entire team back next year, with the exception of Rom Humphries. This factor should make the Hilltoppers the team to heat in New England next Fall.

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First Row : Novak; Chistolini; Roberts; John ston; Paris; Mazurek. Second Row : Coach Oasting; Wallace; Price; Captain Wrinn; Floyd; Rathbun; Manager Wollenberger.

last Paris goes up for a high one.

All hands-no ball.

Opening the season with an easy win over M.I.T., the varsity basketball squad found it rough going for the next four games. The climax of a road trip found the Bantams rolling under a record defeat at the hands of Upsala. This defeat strengthened the team for they managed to regain lost ground with a crushing win over Worcester Tech. With Charlie Mazurek, Mat Wall ace, and Captain Wrinn showing the way, the Bantams downed Amherst, and Middlebury. But the seasonal Wesleyan hex proved stronger than any Oosting magic and the team dropped a ragged 53-48 decision. Another road trip found the team trouncing Bowdoin 87-58 as Bruno Chistolini gave the crowd an exhibition of one hand shooting. The second game with Bates was equally exciting, but B ates managed to


pull it out 88-82, before a packed house of excited fans. Led by Wrinn's sixteen points, the Bantams walloped Union, and followed this victory by swamping Tufts. The backboard work of W rinn and Wall ace was a deciding factor in both victories. A victory over Tufts enabled the team to gain a winning percentage for the first time. Anxious to avenge their earlier defeat against Wesleyan, the Bantams invaded enemy territory and bounced to a 66-57 triumph. Disregarding the taunting fans which outnumbered Trinmen, Wrinn, Chisty, and Mazurek calmly ended any Wesleyan hopes with a savage barrage in the first half. As was to be expected, the Cardinals began to hit more frequently, causing more than one pulse to rise in the final period. The raUy feU short with the Bantams a comfortable nine points ahead. With three games remaining, the Bantams have a chance to increase their winning percentage, and end the season with a respectable average. WaUy Novak, Dave Roberts, and Art Rathbun also helped the team in its last half drive.

Charlie goes up for a jump shot. It's Wrinn against Wes.

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The End . First Row : Anthony; Butterwo rth; Parro tt; C apta in Tool e ; Ro back; Mitt leman; Es le r. Second Row: Booth ; Eberle; Th o mas . J.; Barnewa ll; Me hldau; Hines. Th ird Row : Ass't . Coa c h Slaughter! Bunne ll ; Vars; C oach Chr ist; G ladw in; Ha ll; Manag e r Koeppe l.

For the first time in the history of Trinity swimming, Joe Clarke did not pilot the Bantam navagators. Coach Art Christ in his new role did surprisingly well b y completing th e season with a 5 and 3 record. Tufts, B.U., Worcester T ech., Wesleyan, and Coast Guard were easily defea ted, while Amherst, Bowdoin, and Springfield touched out the Trinity splashers in hotl y contested races. Captain Walt Toole's sprint performances and Dick Roback's individual relay efforts were typical of the best Trinity tradition. Ray Parrot and Dick Butterworth excelled in their sp ecialties and were also the nucleus of th e m edl ey rela y which went undefeated for th e third consecutive season. Ge rr y Anthony, Lance Vars, Charlie Eberle, in free t yle, and Ed Mittl eman, in breaststroke, were u sed alternately on this relay team. Fine performances were turned in by Charlie E sler, a junior, and Mittleman, a senior, after a lay off since their freshman year. The backbone of the t ea m was composed of sophomores Ted Booth, Moe Thomas, Bill Gladwin, Vars, Eberle, and juniors Dave Bunnell and Anthony. Barnie Barnewall and Bob Gillool y were Trinity's masters 'of the springboard.

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Varsity Swina RECORD

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First Row : Meiste r; Ta ylo r ; Zimm er ma n; Bergerman; Ch urchill; C rilly . Second Row: G ledhill; Terry; Morley ; Holmstrom; Ringland; Ea stburn ; Ritter, P. Third Row : Sla ughter (Ass't. C aoch); Campbell, E.; Scott, D. ; Ritte r, J. ; Coach C hrist.

The yearlings concluded their season with an impressive five and one r ecord. Being defeated in their first meet by Williston's powerhouse, they quickly recovered and easily sunk Mount Hermon, Canterbury, Wesleyan, Hopkins, and Deerfield. A well-balanced team such as this year's squad of frosh is practically a coach's dream. Don Scott and Hugh Zimmerman carried the load in the distance while Ed Campbell and Bob Holmstrom gathered in the points for the sprin ts. In the backstroke, Hugh Crilly and Bill Eastburn split the honors. John Churchill a greatl y improved swimmer, and Jim Ringland chopped to victories in the backstroke. At the three-meter board, Ron Boss was only equalled once for the season. With a freshman team which has yet to r each its peak and a sophomore-studded varsity, coach Christ has a bright future b efore him.

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First Row: Minot; Mylchree st; Stewart; Douglas; Hunter, A. S. Second Row: Reed; Close; Hewson; Reed, D. ; Morphy; Coa ch Jessee.

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The cheerleaders under the capable leadership of Captain H erb Holmquist brought school spirit back to the fore during the year. Rallies were a ttended b y enthusiastic throngs-the one h eld downtown b efore th e Wes gam e b eing attended b y a t least six hundred students. The introduction of the Trinity m ascot, the B antam rooster brought b y Dick Libb y and Fred P erry was an extra added attraction at most footb all games. Pre-game skits were wellreceived b y the crowds. Sandy Dwight and acrobatic Ron Brotman were great crowd-pleasers in this activity. Freshmen Jack Wilkins and Bill Zito increased the squad's r anks to seven.

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First Row: Rose, S.; Meise lmon , Brotman, H eidrich , Lo w, Livinstone, Moitlond, Penfie ld, Stephenson, Foley. Second Row: Coach Christ, Rose, E.; Va lz, Scheinberg , Lindenmayer, Ullmann, Sinoway, G ladwin, Leahy. Third Row: Thatcher, Isensee, Hansel, Meh ldau, Von A llmen .

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First Row: Smith, A.; Morse , Vogel, McCrehon , O ' Brien , De Petie, Smith , D.: Drew-Bear. Second Row: Wrinn , Parsons, DelMastro, Ch istol ini, Novak, La uffer, Coach Jessee. Third Row: Oxho lm, Crosier, Cresse , Mazurek, C lemmer, Bloodgood, Yeomans .

RECORD Won 8

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Junior ProJD February 27!! 1953

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borne, Arthur H. Tildesley, William night to thank the student body Whitelaw, Joseph B. Wollenberger, through the Senate for the aid given J. Wrinn, and Raymond C. him in his admissions program last year. student elected receives the Mr. Holland stated that, included in of the Who's Who Placement the number of over 750 men who apand has his name and person- plied for admission, 125 were recomprinted in the organization's mended by Trinity students. Among !Juu~:auuu for the year. those in the present freshman class of Activities Cited 245, between 50 and 65 were thOSE' recomm<>nrin-'1 TT

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